I Don't Know Your Name
In this photo series I am photographing the relationships between two subjects and how, as humans, we can be completely oblivious to our surroundings. Toronto is an incredibly fast paced city, where we often become blind to what is occurring around us - constantly rushing and working, leading to a lack of enjoyment with our daily routine lives. We are usually just commuting from place to place and going through the empty physical motions, leading us to a rushed pace and are not fully experiencing our time in a manner that would be more fulfilling and captivating.
Through this series, I am capturing the essence of being underground, and how we can be so separated and distant from one another, regardless of the fact that the individual is adjacent to us. The viewer is meant to experience the absence of emotion and presence that we have from one another.