Insomnia strikes over weeks and months. Within the apartment, even in the depths of night, there is always light seeping in from outside.
Through the act of photographing I find just how my perceptions differ from the camera’s translations of space. The camera constructs an interpretation of reality, as it isolates and flattens details found within a wide three-dimensional environment.
Exploring familiar and often intimate spaces with a handmade pinhole camera built on an adapted Polaroid back these images offer impressions of the everyday.
Within a communal artist space a handmade pinhole Polaroid camera ventures above the dividing walls.
Images exploring a routine journey through the eyes of a specially designed double-sided pinhole camera. Opposing views were juxtaposed together to allow one to see both what is ahead and behind.