As a Rust Belt photographer, older U.S. autos are part of my steady diet when scouring the land for potential shots, because in this setting they are much more to me than simply a car, they represent the arc of the story of life in the Rust Belt.
The divide between the analog and digital world does indeed grow bigger every day and has an impact on the most basic things.
This project, which was named by Phaidon "Intimacy Under the Wires" is not just about laundry. It's about places, the people in them and the role of the photographer.
Humans may be rare here, but marine life abounds. Many of the reefs are rich and dense with life beyond description.
To dismiss Hong Kong merely as a smooth passageway to the rest of Asia would be a mistake -- the city is a destination in its own right, with world-class cuisine, tax-free shopping and a tortuous, fascinating history, the evidence of which can still be found on seemingly every other corner.