In the fall of 2012 I began a daily walking routine. While on these neighborhood walks, I noticed and began to pick up the broken steel bristles fallen from city street sweepers. The collection of these bristles soon became a motivating factor in the walks, providing both a reward system and a unit of measure. Further pursuit of the fallen bristles led to “sweepwalking” excursions into previously unknown neighborhoods and resulted in a large accumulation of material repurposed in the creation of drawings and other works. The Sweepwalk Drawings series presently number at 30 plus additional related works.