Located in Kalamazoo, Michigan on a secluded wooded lot, is a Modernist home designed by a man who originally never set out to be an architect but rather ‘stumbled’ into it. George Nelson, while attending Yale, was walking through campus when a rainstorm hit. Ducking into the nearest building to escape the rain he came upon an exhibition of architecture student models and illustrations called ‘A Cemetery Gateway’. Taken with the exhibition Nelson soon found himself enrolled in the architecture program.

Where They’ is a visual documentation of the creative environments of artist & people, that meet during my travels, of homes and studios.

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