A video addressing the idealization of urban spaces and the tranquility found in their natural counterparts. In between these two spaces is a crossover where an individual who resides in nature yearns for the activity of a city and vice versa. The footage was shot on a 35mm Lomokino, and the audio is an original piece composed by myself.
The Relics of The Baltimore Streetcar System is a video based catalogue of existing structures which at one point were an asset of the Baltimore Streetcar System. In its time, the network of trolleys was the largest in the country. After the automotive boom rendered streetcars obsolete, the structures that survived were re-appropriated for different forms of business and leisure. The static manner of the video is intended to reference the forgotten memories of the past, their context unnoticed in modern day Baltimore. The documentation of the picture frame further references the implied feeling of a photograph and its connotations of memory.