After the 2016 presidential election, McMullin set off on a personal journey, traveling through remote corners of the Deep South. Using only a paper map as guide, McMullin spent weeks on the road in areas completely unknown to him as a northerner, finding his way largely by chance or whim. The photographs he made on the trip frankly but sympathetically document the people and places he visited, photographs revealing unexpected beauties and a profound sense of place. They are McMullin’s personal, empathic record of a region and its identity. A hardcover of the complete series of 80 photographs is available from the gallery.