Brooklyn Flux is an ongoing photographic project documenting the ever-changing urban landscape in waterfront areas of Williamsburg and Greenpoint in Brooklyn, New York from 2007 to present. Using an industrial and post-industrial architectural background, graffiti and street artists, construction crews and building owners frequently alter the facades and doorways to unexpected results. As a passerby, one can be witness to layers of colorful imagery, reflected light, the patina of time on aging buildings, and even renewal. Over the course of years, one can see and appreciate the flux through rephotography of selected locations and bear witness to a rapidly changing neighborhood. It is important that the viewer be able to instantly see the location is the same, but the rephotograph need not be exact.