Photographing the dying, decaying, disintegration that surrounds all of us on a daily basis may be strange to non-photographers, but for many of us it's fascinating. The history of the medium is littered with photographers who have explored death to a point that it has become a cliche. One of the things that I love about it is that there is so much juxtaposition between the dying and the living that surrounds. In most cases a decaying home is surrounded by opportunistic animals and plant-life. It feels post-apocalyptic in a way. I see visions of the past, present, and future all at the same time. The feeling can be quite strong. The challenge for me has always been finding an interesting and original way to compose these images. For me most of what I respond to is the angle/perspective of where my camera points and how it creates an off-kilter feel to the image. So with that our latest playlist is "Music for photographing Disintegration". I hope you enjoy.