This work is about consensus reality, or the agreement surrounding ideas of reality, particularly in terms of tourist reality, or the shift that happens when you go into "vacation mode." It is also an exploration of ideas of freedom, physical and spiritual, as well as a commentary on the non-documentary/ conceptual role of photography. I explored these concepts in Amusement Parks, Zoos, Aquariums, and even accidental constructed realities that emerge in everyday life. This series was created over several years, mainly in China and Florida, USA. The title for the series, Nothing to See Here came from the times when groups would form around me trying to see the "thing" I was photographing. I would hear echoes of the Chinese word Mei You or Kan Mei You, which literally translates to See Not Have or, I don't see anything. They couldn't understand what I found so fascinating. Where was the thing I was looking at? This idea also fits the saying of the 6th Patriarch of Zen, Hui Neng who said Form is Emptiness, Emptiness is Form, hence, Nothing to See Here is something to see here.