The black and white photography of Darren Nisbett portrays haunting portraits of isolation, desolation, and the abandoned. Through a distinguished, cinematographic use of framing and lighting, Nisbett endows his elegant photographs with a sense of both forsaking and nostalgia. Remarkably, while evoking such elemental human concepts in his scenes, Nisbett intentionally eschews any human subjects. Instead, he explores the energy of humanity's interference by focusing his lens on beautiful settings that imply society's presence, but are achingly absent of it. Silently, they echo life.