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Hundred Day Haul is based on a photographic odyssey that took place in America during the final one hundred days of the 1990’s. It is a true life event that began at Plymouth Rock on September 22nd 1999, from that point on the Haul was in full motion through 27,000 miles of the American Highway. Each day was forever burned on Kodak 35mm film.
The assignment was to snap three rolls of film a day, and to keep moving throughout America as the 20th century expired. 48 states were visited from coast to coast. The highway spaceship known as the Millennium Phalcon was aquired especially for the trip and crashed just six days into the journey.

Actual Route

Actual Route

With tenatious determination The Haul did not skip a beat as a second Chevrolet known as the Millennium Phoenix rose to the occassion. Miles and Miles of excitement and spontaneous reality were recorded before the conclusion of The Haul on top of Cadillac Mountain in Maine at the end of the century capturing the very first sunrise of the year 2000. The event is now a photographic census preserving a time in America that was both peaceful and full of economic boom.