Completed in 1974, Alaska’s Dalton Highway is the northernmost road in America. At 414 miles, the predominantly dirt road follows the upper half of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, and is maintained exclusively as the transportation route for the oil fields at Prudhoe Bay. Alaskan photographer Ben Huff followed the road in search of the Alaskan frontier. What he found, was a complex landscape – the physical and psychological line between wilderness and oil. He has created a melancholy portrait of a space that asks us to reconsider our perception of frontier.