The world around us is in constant flux. The photographs we make of the world, no matter how true or untrue, are a constant influence on the way we perceive that world. They are fragmented, but clear; imperfect and idealized all at the same time.

These images explore the way in which we relate to a place through photographs. 

The images exploit small interruptions in time and perception that might affect the way we might respond to a place, and how the moment of experience influences the way we remember a place. These images often represent multiple experiences of the same place, all contained within one image. A different moment, a different time, or a different way of relating to a place through photography all affect the way we remember and relate to the world around us.

As photographs themselves are alterations of the thing being depicted, these images are alterations in the way one might represent a single experience of a place in a single photograph.

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