Category Archives: United States of America

Street Art in Memphis, Tennessee

Located on the Mississippi River, Memphis combines the culture of a metro area with the daily rhythms of the rural South. Contemporary street murals weave together the city’s historic connection to the civil rights movement, as well as musical genres, such as the blues and gospel.

Grand Marais, Minnesota

Lake Superior, Ojibwe Native-Americans, French Voyageurs, and French Jesuits.

Minnesota’s North Shore

Indigenous Ojibwa peoples, French explorers, and Jesuit missionaries all traversed Minnesota’s North Shore. Today, Highway 61 reveals timeless scenes that they were all sure to marvel at.

Bridges of Cleveland

There’s a red moon rising
On the Cuyahoga River
Rolling into Cleveland to the lake

There’s an oil barge winding
Down the Cuyahoga River
Rolling into Cleveland to the lake

–Randy Newman “Burn On”

The streets of Cleveland during the RNC

Photographs that I took on the streets of Cleveland during the RNC.

Wynwood Street Art (Miami, FL)

The Wynwood neighborhood, located just north of downtown Miami, is a transformed urban warehouse district. It started with street graffiti and has blossomed into a collection of galleries, eateries, and breweries. The raw feel of street art is still the main draw. Murals seem to go on forever.

Washington D.C. Metro

With six lines and 91 stations, the D.C. transit system is the second busiest in the U.S. Many D.C. metro stations utilize “Brutalist” architecture, which became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. The style originates from French term Béton brut, which translates to “raw concrete.”