These photographic works are a meditation on displacement. Taken in various Pittsburgh neighborhoods, the photographs document the places where people and nature have been pushed out due to new project development. The work is informed by Dr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove, who writes that a life of experiences, feelings, sounds and smells joins us to the buildings that provide us shelter. These photographs were taken during a period of personal adjustment to new environs and sparked in me a truer understanding of what it is like to be separated from the familiar. Whole communities continue to experience the ill effects of past urban renewal projects and current gentrification processes. It is my hope that the human experience and the integrity of place is thoughtfully considered and respected by those who aim to transform neighborhoods.