Memories transcend experiences.
Memories of friendship, laughter and pure imagination.
Memories of innocence, of youth, and of childhood.
Memories of home.
How to reconcile adulthood in a childhood setting. Finding yourself facing the nostalgia of something that perhaps never existed, never existed in the way it truly was. Frightened that what was gained while away, will be lost to just a memory while balancing this with the seductive familiarity of home.
This body of work explores the homes of childhood friends, and the structures containing those memories. The abstracted images of these structures show the internal conflict of never quite feeling settled, and never quite at home.