Untitled (2011) is a curated collection of starkly contrasted, intimate and delicately unflattering portraits, examining indentity, sexuality and voyuerism through candid, sometimes explicit images of subjects in their own living spaces. The images, sometimes anonymous, orchestrated or improvised, serve as visual musings on the female form within the contexts of the everyday, the mundane and to a lesser extent, the surreal.

At face-value many images may seem to be the consequence of error— under-exposed, out-of-focus and compositionally obscure. However these deliberate imperfections help to preserve and fortify the fleeting, often collaborative and intimate working relationship between artist and subject, exploring the powers of perception and narration in the process.