Inner Space

In the Inner Space series I wanted to portray the layering and complexity in the urban environment. City life can be exciting and it can be overbearing. However, even in busy and stressful situations, people can find moments to find peace or contemplation in their own minds.  These images focus primarily on individuals, lost in thought or simply concentrating on what they are doing. 

The urban landscape is significantly more fragmented than the rural. Our experience in passing through the city may comprise a collection of disjointed views and sounds, glimpses of signs and symbols, reflections in windows and other surfaces, snatches of overhead conversations, public address announcements, video screens and CCTV monitors. In interpreting all of these sensory stimuli, each person develops their own personal impression of the city, a virtual city in the mind.