Here’s a photograph that I wanted to take on film. I would drive by this scene a couple times a week and each time I could not shake the unbelievable but real dichotomy between the housing crisis and capitalist culture. It’s a photograph of a person’s home next to the Mercer Street Exit in South Lake Union, across the street from Google. Each day, thousands of commuters drive past this exhibition of capitalism in our modern world. We live in a state where “sweeps” are the answer to removing visible poverty. We live in a country where millionaires don’t pay their fair share and corporations are given lucrative financial handouts while the rest of us struggle to make ends meet

Camera & Film Information

Mamiya 645 Pro, Mamiya Sekor C 45 mm at f/11, FUJIFILM Neopan 100 Acros II



Film Handling

Developed at home and scanned on Epson V600