This project is about bringing awareness to the multitude of abandoned buildings that lay decaying without any hope of a second chance at life. They are everywhere. Rotting. Falling to pieces. One day vanishing from existence.
It is incredibly heartbreaking to see so many buildings that are falling apart, especially the elegant houses that once used to be the crown of an area. It is horrible to see them wasting away, beautiful stories being forgotten and left for dead.
My hope for this series is to portray the stories that could have happened in these houses. I want to portray the people who might have lived in these spaces. Each building has a delicate story, one as delicate and as complex as the structure containing it. My desire is to portray them in a beautiful and lasting way so that even when the buildings are gone and people no longer remember them, my images will still be there. Remnants of what used to be, but no longer is.
Each building contains a faded story of the past that is slowly slipping further and further away from our memory. I hope to capture them before they are gone completely.
Check out the blog posts below that talk more about this series.
For months I have been sitting on this image waiting for the “perfect” moment to release this series to the world. However, the longer I kept the image to myself the more I realized that that moment may never come. The only time we have is now and that is about as perfect as it… Continue reading Fragments of Decay
There’s something so tragically beautiful about the destruction of the past. When old historic builds are torn down in the name of progress and their decaying ruins lay exposed to the elements. The unrecognizable form of what used to be a home brings tears to the surface and roots within the heart a deep sorrow.
It is time for another volume of photographs! This time all of these are images of abandoned buildings which I have taken while working on my Fragments of Decay photo series. Welcome to Wordless Wednesday, Volume 3 because a picture is worth a thousand words.