Jonathan May presents a bare bones collection of photographs titled 'Caravans.' These photos do not try to make these spaces look prettier than they are. Everything represents life stripped down. The collection set of photos include shots of the caravans alone and with the people that live in them.
The mobile homes are featured in front of overgrown front yards, with tarnished door fronts and drapes with holes in them. The reality is that not everyone can have an immaculate home, and the average home may come with a few imperfections. This shoot doesn't exist to show the glamour of life, but the reality of it and the fact that even in these flaws there is beauty and character.