I began photographing reflections while roaming my neighborhood looking for pictures to capture. Having always been drawn to abstract and surrealist paintings, I began to explore the visual confusion created by outside reflections that are projected on store windows and building facades.
Capturing these images is very much like window-shopping, walking up and down the street of bustling urban areas. With my camera, I visually consume the objects placed behind glass. The resulting reflection melds the inside and outside world into a dream-like image.
The objects for sale behind the glass are placed to promise the consumer a sort of satisfaction or wholeness. Instead, my images provide distinct moments that cannot be purchased and yet are enlightened and deeply satisfying.