My journey of photographing home interiors began in 2013.
This is my artist's statement.
(You can find the home interiors photographs under the "work" tab.)
We display possessions systematically in our homes; little trinkets fill a person’s walls, bookshelves, and coffee tables. All the belongings have a story like they were once living, breathing things. They help fill the void of loneliness, by reminding us of a great memory or person that was once a prominent part of our life. I was always curious to see what treasures filled a person’s life, knowing it would give me a better understanding of them. We as human beings let possessions make up the interiors of our souls, like the tiles on a mosaic.
I photograph my interiors untouched. Who am I to disturb someone’s space? The rooms are asymmetrical, but once captured, I use Photoshop to manipulate them into my own symmetrical spaces. This helps to see the images in another light, while relating them to the original photograph.