Hailing from New Jersey, Tyler Haughey has already received much critical acclaim for his explorative works, including being published in Slate, PDN, Lonely Planet and Wired, and represented by Sears-Peyton Gallery in New York and Los Angeles.
The images examine the built environment of north eastern coastal towns, looking at the ways in which we use, interactive with and remember places designed for summer recreation.
Haughey is deeply inspired by seasonal economy and off-season vacancies in tourist destinations, where the absence of human presence communicates the idealism of holidays. His first book, Everything Is Regional, was published this year with Aint-Bad.
1. All images courtesy of Tyler Haughey.