My photographs explore the personal environments that contain our everyday reality, brimming with latent achievement, insecurity and a banal sort of struggle; essentially, the spaces in which we undertake the business of building a life.

Within this environment, we experience glory and defeat and community and isolation. But most of the time, we trace a predictable course over the mundane terrain that stretches between our best and worst moments. In each of my series of photographs, the microenvironments that fill our days become worlds unto themselves.