My photographic work focuses more on the space we occupy as opposed to the people that fill the frame as I believe a subject’s interaction with their surroundings can tell a better story then a portrait. My practice is informed by themes of human presence and representation and I am interested in how an image can tell a story by looking at the objects we interact with. This body of work, Moleskines, looks at my father’s short term memory loss after suffering a stroke and how he uses Moleskine notebooks to combat his memory loss. This body of work explores notions of finding an imprinted personality in the space a subject interacts with and how our possessions can be a direct reflection of our self. I have always been intrigued by subject representation and how to translate personality through landscape photography to the viewer.