In the summer of 2011 I moved across the country, leaving Arizona (my home for 9 years) to return to Michigan (my home state). It was after this move that I started Selective Memory, an ongoing series of weekly visual postcards sent to friends, family, and colleagues via e-mail. Stemming in part from a stubborn refusal to join Facebook, it is a way to keep in touch. But it is also a continuous self-assignment and document of where I am, what I’m doing, and what I’m looking at. This is a selection of the 265 (and counting) images in the series. More can be found here.