From 2015 to 2017 I worked for Google Maps as a field surveyor. I had to drive to strip malls and shopping centers in remote locations all over the northeastern USA, places where consumption and materialism are prevalent. In that time, however, I saw and experienced an alternative country where small-town shops, bars, diners, motels and other establishments survive driven by local business. This is a slowly disappearing culture as the massive food and retail chains increasingly populate the landscape. From the series

From 2015 to 2017 I worked for Google Maps as a field surveyor. I had to drive to strip malls and shopping centers in remote locations all over the northeastern USA, places where consumption and materialism are prevalent. In that time, however, I saw and experienced an alternative country where small-town shops, bars, diners, motels and other establishments survive driven by local business. This is a slowly disappearing culture as the massive food and retail chains increasingly populate the landscape. From the series "Lost Highways" Jefferson Hills Motel, Clairton, Pennsylvania - February 2016

Ref:
Date:
Location:
Photographer:

From 2015 to 2017 I worked for Google Maps as a field surveyor. I had to drive to strip malls and shopping centers in remote locations all over the northeastern USA, places where consumption and materialism are prevalent. In that time, however, I saw and experienced an alternative country where small-town shops, bars, diners, motels and other establishments survive driven by local business. This is a slowly disappearing culture as the massive food and retail chains increasingly populate the landscape. From the series "Lost Highways" Jefferson Hills Motel, Clairton, Pennsylvania - February 2016

Ref:
Date:
Location:
Photographer:
From 2015 to 2017 I worked for Google Maps as a field surveyor. I had to drive to strip malls and shopping centers in remote locations all over the northeastern USA, places where consumption and materialism are prevalent. In that time, however, I saw and experienced an alternative country where small-town shops, bars, diners, motels and other establishments survive driven by local business. This is a slowly disappearing culture as the massive food and retail chains increasingly populate the landscape. From the series