There it is. It’s flat. Nothing but rubble and foundation to be prepped for rebuild.
I feel personally connected to this downtown renovation. It’s odd really. Maybe because I grew up wishing Huntsville would take action to reshape itself into the respectable city it could be outside of rocket science. I did nothing to help create such a change in the city landscape. Maybe I feel obligated to give this the attention it deserves to show respect for those that have the means to bring new life into Huntsville. Regardless, this is the next layer in the process. All is pretty much cleaned up now and I should be able to start photographing the build in the next 30 days or so. Time to invest in a hardhat.
For more on this project and history behind why this is so great, head over to Part One of this Crunkleton Associates document of 106 Jefferson Curio Collection by Hilton. This entire project will be shot with a Leica M7 on Ilford HP5 with a few rolls of Kodak Portra 400 thrown in. All developed by myself to own the entire process of this creative document. I hope my passion translates well.
Matt Pittman / Huntsville, AL / Crunkleton Associates / 106 Jefferson Curio Collection by Hilton / Leica M7 / Ilford HP5 / Kodak Portra 400