Lost America represents a detailed, melancholic and alluring outlook of reflected contemplation. It examines a quiet stillness in a forgotten landscape that is, in a sense: ‘on-pause'. Some places have become a worn-out reminder of when America was building itself a brighter future. Other parts reflect the burdens inflicted upon the country such as economic and industrial redundancy, social indifference, paranoia and even natural disasters; the result of which can be interpreted as a static and multifarious panorama. Others spaces appear frozen in time, their inhabitants sparse or long since departed. Adversely to this, many corners of the country have thrived, displaying antithetical wealth and comfort; and for those, secluded in their untouchable hamlets: everything is as it should be.