This series focuses on the intimate spaces of checked out hotel rooms and the impressions left behind.
Temporary visitors, stacked room by room, floor by floor, behind doors and numbers. All strangers in a strange place.
For a brief moment the spaces tell a story, before the cleaners vacuum through, change the sheets, wipe down the shower and fluff the pillows.
New technologies have been increasing creativity, innovation, productivity, efficiency and people pretty much everywhere now, can connect and communicate with each other like never before.
On the other side, our time it’s constantly disrupted by calls, emails, social media and mobile phones seem to have become a sort of extension of our body. We no longer walk, eat or travel without them in our hands or very closed to us.
This series focuses on the relationships between people and their phones as I encountered them walking the streets of London.