These photographs are tokens of place, memory, time, and transition. Before starting this project, I moved to a new neighborhood in Pittsburgh and began exploring the landscapes with my Holga camera and my dog, Juniper. Shortly thereafter, I went through a few career transitions and helped found the Analog Liberation Darkroom Cooperative with a small group of dedicated analog photographers and filmmakers, coworkers from Pittsburgh Filmmakers. Analog Liberation was a way for me to be involved with starting a new space for analog-based production, while keeping the original Filmmakers’ member-driven ethos in mind. These images are an homage to my time at Filmmakers as a student, staff member, and teacher, and an experimentation in documenting new territories, both in space and time.