Philadelphia based photographer, and friend of The Exposure Project, Mike Fleming's work isolates photography's ability to unite seemingly disparate subject matter. Similarly to how Jason Fulford's images find photographic harmony through pairing images that share compositional or contextual equivalences, Fleming's photographs read very much the same way. There is a stream-of-consciousness quality to his work that finds its cohesion, not only through how Fleming approaches his subject matter, but also through the repetition of signs and symbols found in our social landscape.
There is a lot of work on Fleming's website, which I would recommend taking the time to sift through.
All Images © Mike Fleming