Christopher Gideon probably would not necessarily call himself a photographer. Working in a variety of mediums, Gideon can be considered to be a jack of all trades.
In a series of untitled photographs, Gideon imposes a restriction where he would only photograph within a mile of his childhood home in the suburbs of Detroit. Paying attention to the mundane, Gideon highlights quirky juxtapositions that reflects the awkward contrasts of hope and decay.
To see more of Gideon’s work, visit his website.