Everyday Interiors was a second photo series after Practice of the Daily. The series explored how where we go shapes who we are. I took a series of photographs from a single interior space every day. No day had photographs from more than one interior. I wanted to capture how where I go — either short- or long-term — makes a narrative over time.
I also considered everyday interiors of a more psychological dimension, focusing on the following questions: What is my everyday interior mental landscape? What is the interior architecture that causes me to behave programmatically in the ways that I behave?
All photos were shot using the camera in an iPhone 3. Photos were shared via Facebook to build up an everyday audience, as well as through the Bureau of Self-Recognition blog. The series was aborted after two weeks.