Darius Himes: Todd, I'm really intrigued by the introduction of portraits into your work -- at least your published work -- after steadfastly presenting us with images of houses and the forlorn edges of suburbia (and beyond that, brief forays out into the countryside) over the past three books. And the portraits you're presenting are unclothed women in their 20s and 30s. The context you've created for presenting these women seems extremely important. Visually, we are back in the familiar, quiet, and somewhat eerie urban landscape of House Hunting and Outskirts. We're now not only meeting the inhabitants, so to speak, of this suburban and quasi-industrial landscape, but they are all women, and they are all nude. Can you guide me, as the viewer, through what could easily be a thorny subject?