I use painting to generate an architectural grid of mid-rise facades that lack specific location, but create a neutral contemplative experience of the broader American built environment. I omit any signage, lighting, or figures from my images to present a space where the architecture itself acts as a branding of various aspects of American life.

This body of work depicts fast food facades and mid-rise apartments observed from my life. I have stripped them of labels and people to isolate their architectural features into subtle impossible depictions. These features are repeated and generalized to mimic the buildings themselves, but also the feeling of their repeated placement throughout the American Built environment. The paintings lack specific titles to stay anonymous, but remain recognizable as American Landscape.