Because the printed photograph is such a rarity these days, sometimes shooting without a real purpose can feel like my work just disappears into oblivion. Finding a project, where I can create a set of images, is a much more enduring approach.
About a hundred miles outside of Rapid City in South Dakota is a replica of a town from the end of the nineteenth century. 1880 Town, as it is known, has more than 30 authentically furnished buildings from this era. As I passed it along the highway one day, I knew I had found the perfect subject for my project.