Bank of America Six Corners

These photos reflect the casualties of progress. Structures built to reflect a bygone time—with architectural features that alternately show irrelevance and grandeur—lose meaning and move toward their demise. This point of time is an apex that calls for documentation with urgency. With my camera, I work to capture this last gasp. While decay is evident, my goal is to preserve these final moments before a building disappears. This building is gone replaced by a gaping hole in the ground, waiting for a new structure to reflect this current time.