All urban centers are built upon an existing landscape, but this is often easy to overlook. Most cities have leveled their hills, cut their trees, and filled their waters to create a grid of streets. Despite great efforts to tame San Francisco's natural features using these methods, the unbuilt landscape continues to coexist and compete with the built. It refuses to be completely sublimated.
The photographs in this series explore the borders of wild and tamed spaces within the city.