Also Wessel and Baltz. They all participated in a mid-70s exhibition. They were collectively referred to as the New Topographics. Some of it is quite interesting. It can be challenging to look at some of it because of the deadpan approach to the already potentially banal subject matter. But it remains an important influence on me in my own photography. There is an excellent book called New Topographics which I bought recently. It shows all the images that were in the original exhbition and discusses the exhibition itself and the subject matter.