I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (cul-de-sac)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (buzzards)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (field)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (Nighthawks)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (now hiring)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (dust)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (wall)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (white flag)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (doll house)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (theater)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (mailboxes)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.

I'm in the Wrong Film

I'm in the Wrong Film

Untitled (marquee)

I’m in the Wrong Film is a series of staged photographs that recall the landscape of Middle America. The ongoing narrative of rural decline, futile actions of a reappearing everyman, and the faltering construction of the photograph itself converge in describing the instinctive desire and relative absurdity in the search for a sense of belonging in a time of dislocation.