The revival of landscape photography in the contemporary art world begs the question of how the aesthetic tradition has over the centuries shaped our socially constructed vision of the world. With representation hinged on the singularity of perspective, what is left out a frame is as important as what is framed within. These fleeting moments, hijacked on the drive-by, take an untraditional approach to landscape photography. With an interest in towns that you could pass through without ever knowing you’ve visited, this compilation document non-destinations. My desire to define home led me to archiving what wasn’t. Shooting through a window, the laying of surfaces speaks to the admitted degrees of separation I had from the places documented.