For the last ten years, I have made photographs of places where I have lived, drawn to scenes of quiet and solitude. By chance, we moved into our first home during the stay at home orders in March 2020 during COVID. I started working from home then was furloughed which gave me the chance to observe details I might have otherwise missed - the difference of light between the winter, spring, summer and fall and the passing of time. As time goes on and the pandemic continues, I continue to capture details of our interiors. Home has been both a place of solace from the virus, the fires over the summer, the election but also a place to feel trapped by the uncertainty of it all.