American House Fire



American House Fire attempts to document the pain caused by The United States and it’s violent colonial actions.

By repurposing advertisements and images from Cold War Era National Geographic Magazines and physically burning them to reveal hidden truth – this body of work critiques American culture by commenting on its reliance upon human suffering and the fruits of capitalism.


Exhibited at the Visual Arts Center, Boulder CO




Florida Blues  

Systematic and racist violence hidden behind a badge and the facade of sunny beaches.



Remember The Day

Stolen land, stolen liberty, stolen pursuit.


Neon Jungle Fire

Public lands falling victim to profit margins and gains.


Industrial Complexions 

Unnecessary wars and the scars that cut through generations. 



Capital Confessions

Money spent on causing terror across the sea. 


Surprised? 

Hatred runs deep in America.


Behind the scenes


Tuesday June 22 2021

                           
    Campaigns︎︎︎
                     Nearly Natural

                     Harley Davidson
                     Lay’s Chips
                     New York Times
                     Avocados From Mexico


                   
                            Side Projects︎︎︎  
                                           The Quarantine Zine
                                           McEatons.com
                                           The Parks
                                           Wheatpastes
                                           American House Fire