This past fall I was invited to travel across the USA with Hidden Ladder Collective. My first instinct was to bring a ton of video gear with me to document the trip. Then, at the last minute, I decided to take a much lighter approach.
I left Maine with only a handful of cheap, disposable cameras. It made for an interesting challenge. The images were limited, so I was forced to choose my shots carefully. There were no controls, so I couldn't adjust the focus or exposure. But these simple cameras allowed me to capture moments that would have otherwise been lost.
The most exciting thing was that I had to wait weeks to get home and have the prints developed. It brought back the feeling of magic that I can remember having at ten years old when I got my first camera.
Here are my seven favorite photographs from the trip.