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Outside Looking In

Windows serve many different functions, they allow light in, protection from the weather, reduce the outside noise and intrusions from other people. They also offer views towards whatever environment exists beyond the glass. This series of photographs is about documenting people and their activities, while in view of public interior spaces, photographed from the exterior side of the glass. Beyond the obvious questions revolving around rights of privacy and the rights of an artist or any person to document what they see, my goal is to photograph people involved in various day to day activities from the other side of the looking glass.