I-676 (2014-present) is a photographic exploration of urban sprawl within the suburbs of the greater Philadelphia area. As housing demands rise in the city, the influx of young professionals moving to neighboring suburbs  that offer convenient access to Center City continues to increase. Recently, topographic changes have altered the landscape--not only in the city--but in surrounding areas such as my hometown of Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania. The housing styles have changed vastly from the Colonial Era original (and remakes) houses that stand out here and there when driving down the road. It was intriguing to know find that these areas are suspended in their own kind of limbo. 

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