The thought keeps coming to me, over and over and over. This: A lot of my photographs from Short Creek look like photographs coming out of North Korea. Fleeting moments shot on the sly from a moving vehicle with no interaction between photographer and subject, or photographs of lifeless objects like discarded dresses in an empty sewing room or pallets of cardboard stacked on a deserted basketball court. I’ve collected a set of such photographs from a trip I made a year ago.
Short Creek Zine, photos by me – only 50 copies available, ever.
Full color, laser printed, 11×17 folded and unstapled, 20 photographs on 16 pages. Signed and numbered.