This project was prompted by a feeling of dislocation, both from a sense of purpose and from my creative work. To address this drifting purposelessness, I went back to my original way of working - simply taking an analogue camera around with me as I travelled to different parts of the country, walking in woodlands and through towns, on my way to somewhere, or to nowhere in particular. I set myself two rules - I could only use two exposures for any one subject, and each image would be reproduced full-frame.
And so, these images are of somewhere and nowhere. They are specific, as all photographs are, but they are also generic - in many ways, things are the same everywhere. Banality is all around us, and yet there is beauty to be found in each flapping curtain, each doorway, each section of worn paint. As I progressed through this work, looking for the moments when I would see an image and think "ah, there it is", I found myself becoming more aware of the grace in the world, which flickers in glimpses all around us.