Lost Highway 

a photographic hymn to New Jersey



“When people look at my pictures I want them to feel the way they do when they want to read a line of a poem twice.”

Robert Frank


“There’s an opera out on the turnpike.”

Bruce Springsteen


The subject matter that I am most drawn to is New Jersey in all its mysteries. I seek out the mundane, aging places that people pass by every day without really seeing, for it is in these resilient relics that the true character of our state resides. I aim to illuminate the strength & beauty of these places with my camera, in the hopes that viewers may experience them in a wholly new way.

As Joseph Longino writes in his introduction to Lost Highway, "Endy is an aesthetic archeologist who focuses on the particular, yet emblematic appeal of the artifact rather than its makers."

Enjoy your journey on the Lost Highway.

I have produced and self-published Lost Highway as a book. It is available in hardbound from Blurb.

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