In this body work Nicholas Albrecht returns to his home town of Naples, Italy in order to create an archive of the town surrounding the Vesuvius. The Paesi Vesuviani are a series of towns at the foothills of Mount Vesuvius. When the volcano erupted in AD 79, destroying Pompeii, Herculaneum, and a few others, it is said that over 1,000 people died from the explosion. Today an estimated 3,000,000 live within the area that would be affected by another violent eruption. This body of work serves a collection of images of what life is like in these areas.