The work in this post comes from the series "The Song Itself is Already a Skip," which she exhibited earlier this year. To be honest, I've never seen Hubbs' prints in person, but even from these digital files, I think I can imagine what they might look like. I'm guessing that people might often compare her work to Edward Weston, given the deep blacks she gets in her prints. Of course, her subjects are not quite as classic as Weston; she's out in the real world. Still, in Hubbs' vision, something as simple as the gateway to an apartment building becomes a complex composition.