In the contemporary urban world we routinely share spaces with unfamiliar people who we will probably never see again.I am interested in this experience and how we leave evidence of our presence. This might be in the form of a dent in a seat, a memory in someone's mind, or a fleeting appearance on closed circuit television. My recent work is concerned with 'in-between'. The images are in-between photography and video, real and unreal.The people in the images inhabit an in-between space, travelling from one location to another. They stand framed by a door, a threshold between two places. A narrative is suggested to the viewer in a blurred, frozen frame, who are they? What are they doing? Where are they going? These are traces from a curious world without natural light, the photographer's usual source of inspiration.