The Rockabillies is work from the past nine years, which examines a unique global subculture and my relationship with it. The individuals portrayed are not actors, but rather contemporary participants of Rockabilly culture who have co-opted the looks and values of mid-twentieth century America.
The Rockabillies are an anomaly compared to other subcultures in that they base themselves and their lifestyle on another generation as opposed to ethnicity or station. This group is not interested in historical preservation from the point of reenactment, yet they rarely stray from established archetypes. In social settings, they keep to strict guidelines regarding dress and behavior that directly reflect the values and rebellions of the 1950s in America. There is both a rebellious side and an innocent side in every moment depicted.