The photographic process begins with a consideration of light and subject. In these minimalistic images of empty places, the light defines the subject as it pours into view. The analogue film process, with its unique qualities and limitations, renders the space with silver and creates a delicate pattern of grain. Within this pattern, the nearly perfect gradation of an empty plane is disrupted by an isolated architectural feature, a window, or a door. Its persistence in the otherwise empty room creates a formal dialogue between the compositional elements, and implies a sentimental narrative that unfolds as the light falls in the empty space.