There's No Place Like Home is an ongoing series consisting of diptychs that compare and contrast the landscapes and cityscapes of Europe and Kansas. This way of making photographs opens up a dialogue in relation to the idea of place and one's connection to where they came from.

While some diptychs may consist of one image from Europe and one image from Kansas, others may consist of two images from the same country. This combination of photographs not only makes the viewer question what they are seeing, but this way of putting images together speaks to a wider statement about the identity of place.
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