I grew up in a series of small towns in the Hudson River Valley region of New York. My parents bought their first home when I was in Middle school. My parents and I lived on one half and they rented out the other half. Since I've moved out, the last tenant also left and instead of finding new tenants my mom slowly moved in to the other half of the house. The division of the house and the decay that the structure began to undergo over the last fifteen years has become a visual symbol of my parents crumbling marriage, struggle to try and stay in the middle class and battles with addiction. 
       
     
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 I grew up in a series of small towns in the Hudson River Valley region of New York. My parents bought their first home when I was in Middle school. My parents and I lived on one half and they rented out the other half. Since I've moved out, the last tenant also left and instead of finding new tenants my mom slowly moved in to the other half of the house. The division of the house and the decay that the structure began to undergo over the last fifteen years has become a visual symbol of my parents crumbling marriage, struggle to try and stay in the middle class and battles with addiction. 
       
     

I grew up in a series of small towns in the Hudson River Valley region of New York. My parents bought their first home when I was in Middle school. My parents and I lived on one half and they rented out the other half. Since I've moved out, the last tenant also left and instead of finding new tenants my mom slowly moved in to the other half of the house. The division of the house and the decay that the structure began to undergo over the last fifteen years has become a visual symbol of my parents crumbling marriage, struggle to try and stay in the middle class and battles with addiction. 

housefront2.jpg
       
     
window.jpg
       
     
kurtyinchristinaskitchen.jpg
       
     
mom'sswing.jpg
       
     
IMG_2341.JPG
       
     
Kurt and Kenny.jpg
       
     
clouds.jpg
       
     
roadside.jpg
       
     
barn.jpg
       
     
IMG_2258.JPG
       
     
IMG_2295.JPG
       
     
at the table.jpg
       
     
backyardwithmom.jpg
       
     
asymetry.jpg
       
     
33and66.jpg
       
     
familydiptych1.jpg
       
     
familydiptych2.jpg