There is something about Palm Springs, California that makes it, unlike any other place. The juxtaposition of the desert colors with the colorful man-made environment, the range of architecture, and the way of life.
This series attempts to capture one facet of Palm Springs, the separation of open, public space and private space. What that separation means, how it is represented, varies from place to place, and from person to person.
In this series, I've sought to share with you how I see it and how I think it uniquely represents the geography, architecture, and people that are in Palm Springs. I hope you enjoy it.