Pittman uses the medium of photography to understand and portray her family's intimate relationship to the earth. Her memories of uninhabited land and the grief she poured into it after her father's death are the inspiration behind her current photographic series. The collection consists of large-scale self-portraits alongside her family nude, evoking a once familiar yet now otherworldly utopia. There are no signs of modern life in any single one of them; the photographs reflect upon the changes that the modern world has brought but they also are about her family and their story. All of the photographs are taken in locations that are personally significant: where her parents got married, past vacation spots, and landscapes reminiscent of those she explored as a mourning child.