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I am pleased to announce the completion of the first of my book projects, Flood. The book examines two structurally different towns in Pennsylvania through the action of flooding. The Lewistown narrows were a small string of homes along a dramatic valley in central Pennsylvania, first damaged by the floods resulting from hurricane Agnes in the 1970′s, and later demolished as part of an eminent domain seizure and subsequent road engineering project. Opposed to the constriction of the narrows, the new suburban construction around Newtown, Pennsylvania, is largely built on fallow fields and flat farmland. Here it is a concrete river that defines the arrangement of space.
You can view the entire book as a PDF here
Also, contact me if you would like to get a print copy of the book. It’s a 9″x7″, perfect bound, full-color book which would improve the quality of your life and probably help you do the dishes.
I’m working on a book from the soft objects images, one about John Smith from my ongoing hermit project, and a book of all new material that takes as a starting place the gang of cardinals in my backyard.