“I have always had a fascination with watching people. I find joy in the ordinary, be it through people’s routines, rituals and all the little things in-between.
With the rise of social media, a constant gaze into people’s day-to-day activities has become the norm. With nothing to hide, there’s something grounding about watching others and making meaning from it. Everyday banality in all its forms can be so horribly amusing. This body of work encompasses my amusement with the people, places and spaces that surround me”.