These photographs were taken in Las Vegas, Nevada and relate nature/natural light with free-flowing forms that are amorphous. And structured/artificial light with forms that have sharp lines and defined shapes. This plays with the idea of cultivation for big cities and pollution. This collective group of photographs coincides with one another by relating light on two different subject fields; nature and architecture/signs.
Nevada is a vast dry dessert except for the small piece of city that is Las Vegas, showing the cultivation of human cities. The natural light photographs are of Red Rock, which is a thirty-minute drive outside of Vegas, and the artificial light photographs are of the Neon Museum, a graveyard of lights that are in need of being restored in the heart of the city. This body of work was taken to help show how we liter the Earth with skyscrapers, signs, and cigarettes within cities and the vast change in climate that is rising at a rapid rate because of it.