Recently, Jordano has started photographing empty landscapes within Detroit's city limits. "I've been working on a re-ruralization project which shows no people, no houses, just forestry," he says. "If you don't know any other story about Detroit besides all the ruin porn, you may look at the ruralization and say, 'Wow, the city's really empty, isn't it?' That's an important story in itself. There were 1.8 million people living in Detroit in 1950, and now there's 700,000. What do you do with a city that's lost 1.1 million of its residents?"