Infrared night photographs taken with a tilt-shift lens
Archival pigment print on Epson Hot Press Bright paper
40 x 28 inches
edition of 25 + AP
At a certain point in life, I left my childhood home, and I had not yet found my adulthood home. This series of photographs depicts a visual representation of that point in my life when I could not go back to the childhood home, and had not yet found my adult home. It is about the longing for a home to call my own, and how at a certain time in my life, there was either physical obstacles or too far a distance.