These works express skepticism about the attainability of the American Dream as viewed through the lens of suburban development. Drawn directly onto the paper with permanent ink, the pressure to "not make a mistake" imbues the lines and marks with a pressure to be perfect that is so often mirrored by Americans who inhabit these spaces. The resulting drawings are tight, uncanny depictions of suburban life that hint at white flight and imperfections that may be lying beneath the veneer of picture-perfect McMansions and sickly smiles.