Upstate New York, specifically the Borscht Belt in the Catskill Mountains, is the setting for this project. The region is riddled with defunct hotels and resorts that were popular vacation spots for middle and working class Jewish New Yorkers from the 1920s to the 1970s.


Clothing, bottles, appliances – relatable objects that serve as the basic accessories of daily life, schematically arranged to form a visual inventory of one man’s possessions. The Inheritance project is an exploration into ideas of legacy, identity, and impermanence, of what we leave behind and how that defines us.