Peripheries , 2019

I was fortunate enough to live in Paris for two short, chaotic stints. These photographs were taken on my first trip back to the city after years away. In my strolls along Parisian streets, I was constantly confronted with memories from my prior life in the city. Yet the map of these memories had faded and jumbled through time. Vivid images of the past would be dislocated, unable to be connected to a specific quartier. My drifts through the city with my camera became explorations of vague remembrance, viewing the scenes in front of the lens as flashes of past experience. Each photograph carrying with it a trace of memory removed from time and place.