A photo book exploring the physicality of surveillance cameras and their disconcerting presence from the outside in. These 'machines' present themselves as a force of authority and power and give off a sense of superior presence even amidst a completely empty street or building. Even more daunting was the reach of cameras to the confines of the home. Capturing the spirit of the time, the state of surveillance and mass collection of information on private citizens will redefine our liberties and freedoms and will have arching effects on how we shape our policies and lead our lives. The outcome aims to highlight the relationship between surveillance outdoors and indoors. 

Photographed with Pentax K1000 35mm, black & white film, and web cameras.