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As a trained psychoanalyst, I have always been interested in one’s relationships with one’s self and others.

This series studies architectural relationships through space and time.

Just as a psychoanalyst explores all layers of human consciousness, these photographs explore New York City’s multidimensional layers of past and present through the mirror of architecture.
Similarly, as there are three parts of our psyche (id, ego, & superego) interrelating, these images capture the interaction of the interior and exterior through architectural reflections of the city over layers of time.
By investigating these reflections/layers one can observe details that might otherwise be unnoticed. The unintended interactions between the exterior buildings, interior views and reflections can reveal the soul of a neighborhood.

Images are single exposure and non-composites.