Two great American photographers insipired my early understanding of modern photography and in many ways these images are an ode to those guys and their influence over me. 'William Eggleston's Guide' and Steven Shore's 'American Surfaces' both explore the country through its mundane, everyday clutter. I've found myself unconciously photographing recording places I visit and moments I feel as travel through America from time to time. It often the small differences I get fascinated by: a sign, a shop front, a view. Of course, its the giant differences, such as the shape of landscape itself, cannot be ignored.
Like most personal work, its ongoing.