Private Spaces (2016-present) is a long-term photo series which investigates the relationship between privacy in portraiture and the nature of physical space(s). Created in an effort to visually examine the notion of home and privacy, this series of images quickly evolved into an exploration of measuring personal space, anonymity and ethics. By creating a sequence of personal and impersonal portraits depicting physical proximity, cultural isolation, and the desire to remain anonymous, I attempt to thread together these complimentary narratives, investigating how they metaphorically and visually coalesce.

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