This series focuses on commonplace sights of streets and alleyways, captured through the refracting glass of window panes. I enjoy the visual interplay between glass and reality, as the lines between the outside and inside get muddied, and unexpected shadows and reflections intrude on the image. Photographed with a slight distortion, these images are inspired by the photography of Lee Friedlander.

The Reflection Series evokes the vibrant, bustling nature of various streets and alleyways by revealing everyday scenes reflected on the smooth surface of plate glass windows. These scenes encompass the gamut of typical street activities, from casual window-shopping to passersby chatting away on their cellphones. Each tableau features a familiar, mundane moment that serves as a testament to the shared human experience. By intentionally distorting details, these familiar moments we all shared bridge geographical boundaries and cultural divides.