The term Grey Area refers to an undefined situation or legally ambiguous zone, and also to the Zone System that Ansel Adams developed for measuring tonal ranges in analog black and white photography. This series explores both of these possibilities. The photographs, made in the tradition of large format film, celebrate the high art of photography through a patient analysis of „St. Pauli“; An old quarter of Hamburg commonly connected with the harbor and the red light district along the „Reeperbahn.“