Who is the South? What’s up with us? Are we alright? Starting sometime around the beginning of the last presidential election cycle I set out to make honest photographs of anonymous people in the American South. This project is pure street photography. All of these images are taken within the geographic borders of the South; some in cities, some in small towns, some in places you won’t find marked on any map. The people are unposed, uninterrupted, and more often than not unaware that I am photographing them. Each of these images conveys a discrete story, taken as whole in the context of the region where they were made those stories coalesce into a broader story about who we are.