There is a special serenity that reigns in touristic areas when the summer gives turn to the autumn, and the tourists return to their homes in the neighbouring cities. This is especially present in a place like Cape Cod - one that has entered our visual culture so prominantely: the land of horror films, the settings for Hopper's existential paintings, and the retreats for so many presidents and America's elite. 

This photo series researches the mood passing through Cape Cod in off-season in autumn 2016, a bay that often times acts more as a representation of itself than a place of its own.