A collection of strange roadside attractions, abandoned places and forgotten sights that once meant more, all in the spirit of nostalgia, road tripping and exploring.
NOTHING, somewhere in Arizona. 2012.
Inside of the Kings Park Psychiatric Center in Kings Park, New York. Official closure 1996.
One of the dining rooms in the hospital.
Details inside one of the rooms in the Kings Park Psychiatric Center.
One of the hallways leading to a different building in the complex.
Abandoned dump, somewhere off of Highway 95 in Nevada. 2011.
The Clown Motel in Tonopah, Nevada. 2018.
The Clown Motel Lobby.
Inside one of the rooms.
A hidden garden in the neighborhood of Cosme Velho in Rio, Brazil. 2016.
The front porch of a home just outside of the garden.
Details of the garden entrance.
Abandoned brothel outside of Beatty, Nevada. 2018.
Mural outside of Wild Bill’s Nostalgia Store in Middletown, Connecticut. 2017.
Details of the Fun House at Wild Bill’s Nostalgia.
National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, Nevada. 2016.
Holy Land U.S.A - an abandoned religious theme park in Waterbury, Connecticut. 2017.
Flintstones Bedrock City in Williams, Arizona. 2014.
Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York
2013 - 2017
Las Vegas, Nevada
2010 - 2018
Dog Walkers is an ongoing portrait series which started in 2016 that shows the people who walk dogs for a living in Brooklyn, New York. In an attempt to escape the average 9 to 5 work schedule, these folks have chosen to take on the physically demanding role of walking dogs. This means they take their pups out in all types of weather conditions and sometimes routes can tally up to 10 miles of walking in a day. This is worth it though, because it means they have the freedom to be themselves and it affords them the time, energy and inspiration to continue doing the work that they love most. They are animal lovers and creatives; working merely to survive in a pursuit of something more. This group of characters is unlike any I’ve ever known. These are my fellow Dog Walkers: