This collection of black and white photographs shown is 35mm format with twelve prints that consist of two separate settings; an empty childhood home and the streets of New York City. These photographs relate reality (home) to that of a dream state (New York), much like the idea of reaching into the subconscious expressed through surrealist works. The free-flowing airy settings of New York are eerie and alluring, seducing the viewer into the state of dreaming. The composition of the New York images are formatted to look through a window, further pushing the point of daydreaming and forcing the audience to interact with the work in a certain manner. Whereas the photographs of an empty bare childhood home bring them back to reality and the sense of moving away. This plays with the idea of what an artist must detach themselves from to evolve.