The images in this series were created using motion sensor cameras, placed in the forests in and around Metropolitan Atlanta. It is an area on the frontlines of urban sprawl in America. By using a motion sensor camera, which is traditionally used by hunters, I have allowed the animals in these images to play a role in their creation. Because of the unpredictable and elusive nature of animals, there is always an element of surprise built into each image. It is similar to the surprise one feels when actually seeing wildlife. Like the hunter, the camera functions as an intruder in the forest. The flash illuminates the night, revealing the creatures we know are there, but rarely see. In this way, the photographs give an identity the animals with which we share our own backyards.