This afternoon, I spent some time looking for the many shapes that make up the city's spaces on a particularly miserable and overcast day in Liverpool. The city's surfaces provide an altered way of viewing the many shapes, forms and structure within the contemporary spaces of the city.
After having a little break from the city, I felt the best way to get back into it would be to experiment with shooting the city streets at night. These photographs all feature spaces that surround Chester train station, a busy part of the city with a constant flow of activity.
An exploration of a city that I'm not as familiar with compared to Chester. Using the camera to capture the many layers of the city using it's vast reflective surfaces. These are also the surfaces that we navigate through when we explore the city, a place that encourages distraction and consumerist tendencies.