Curbside Memories is a collection of over 100 color photographs of couches abandoned or discarded outdoors. The documentation of these inanimate objects captures a sense of loss
and transience suggesting stories of ephemeral relationships, fragmented families and forgotten memories. When the hundreds of images are displayed together, they also provide
a staggering representation of the disposable fast furniture consumerism that has become so common in the United States. Each image is striking in its own unintentional combinations of
color and form; each one becomes an exercise in rendering the mundane everyday “trash” on street sidewalks and home lawns into a reflection on humanity and relationships.