In the photographic series, "Partitions," the focus of this project was to find the multiplicity of intersections that define people and spaces. By exploring the visual tension that arises within urban space—architecture, bodies, light, sound, all culminating in our shared existence—these images all amount to a documentation of experience that has redefined the Western consciousness about place and being in the 21st century. As we move more and more towards mega-cities and a possible post-urban dystopia, these photographs explore the subjectivity and anxiety that underpins metropolitan life. Utilizing the classical tools of lighting and composition with the ever-expanding philosophical imagistic vocabulary of street photography, “Partitions” aims to capture the varied dimensions of experience within urban life and the physically, psychologically, and intersectional ramifications of our city-oriented age.

Spring cleaning in San Francisco, 2016.

Spring cleaning in San Francisco, 2016.