Each image was photographed at a former industrial site that has been repurposed for non-industrial usage by humans. Each image was made using a site-specific pinhole lens constructed using a piece of consumer waste I found at that location.

This work is featured on my blog along with detailed write-ups –

Blue Hole: Photographing in the New Jersey Pine Barrens Using a Pinhole Camera Made of Garbage

The Former Clearview Landfill: Photographing a Superfund Site Using a Pinhole Camera Made of Garbage

The Waste Stream: The Welsbach and General Gas Mantle Superfund Site

The Waste Stream: The Ambler Asbestos Piles and BoRit Asbestos Superfund Sites

The Waste Stream: John T. Lewis Lead Works, Philadelphia, PA