It's important to look at the full series in this one. It's the type of series that is very common for young fine art photographers in this country. I don't often come across a series of this kind that I think is more than mildly interesting. They often seem self indulgent. They are always coming of age stories, as these young photographers make their way out into the world and have their young adult wilderness experiences. They are usually a bit of a yawn to me.
Not this series. There is something engaging and honest about it. Amidst the images that are more typical of such a series there are moments that are surreal, as with the cat tangled in the cords above. There is another one of electrical chords that remind one of Eggleston's light bulb photograph or a detail of a scene from David Lynch's Blue Velvet at the same time. Both bring to mind the undertoad put forth in the World According to Garp. This world is youthful, but not entirely care free.
Two days ago I wrote about the work of Andrew Moore. The work is beautiful, and very worth some attention, but it seemed to be missing the undertoad. In Nick Meyer's work, the undertoad is present and accounted for.
There is a book, Neither Limits or Contradictions. Looks like it might be something worth owning.