I began taking photos of Detroit's legendary Packard Motor Ruins in 2007. At that point, many veteran photographers we're arguing that there is nothing left to shoot in the place. In context, I've began to struggle with whether this is true, or if I have become jaded through countless visits to the complex. Living only ten minutes away, I've been able to capture the factory in nearly all weather and lighting conditions. Through years of trying to artfully frame what has very much become a dead horse for outside media to beat (shoot?) while milking Detroit's post war decline, I've unintentionally documented its decay.