The Escudilla Wilderness was some of the most beautiful land in Arizona before the Wallow Fire of 2011. The fire destroyed over 840 square miles of public & private lands as well as 35 residences. 6,000 people were officially evacuated and the estimated cost of containment/damages was $109 M.
(35mm film, May 2014)
The revolution was televised, but you were sleeping.
This is part of a recent project of mine in which I aim to capture the essence of my city by making portraits of strangers, downtown at night.