Impromptu portraits of random strangers, and of-the-moment captures, peer into the future of an America so fucked up it becomes comical, like social commentary in a zombie movie.  My initial concept for Photo-Specters came from sociological scuttlebutt predicting a now generation of youngsters who will be the first Americans to not out-earn their parents.  As the project grew the photographs became cautionary glimpses into the future for all generations, and the subjects themselves became fodder of the political and social structure of the moment.