Documenting the indigeneity embedded in the culture and geography of the state.
Tracing the past, present, and future of housing development and displacement in Detroit.
The rise and fall (and rise) of the Main Street theater.
Eight mid-century post offices from small towns and exurbs across the state.
Photographs of landscapes from the city of Pittsburgh over the course of the pandemic.
Portraits and reflections on the legacy of Black women artists and arts workers in Chicago.
On photographing non-binary community members in the Midwest and Rust Belt.
Inside the Shepherd Sugar Bush, an old-school community maple syrup operation in Michigan.
A former Chicago dumping ground finds new life with restoration efforts.
Snapshots from the streets of Minnesota, where the fight is far from over.
A photographer reflects on the Black communities that have shaped his life in Buffalo, New York.
A photographer’s exploration of the city she calls home, in its quietest hours.