Do you ever find yourself looking upward in awe, staring into the open sky? I find myself doing this most of the time. When I am in a city, standing next to a skyscraper; I tilt my head backward in order to view the building in its totality. By looking upward, and then by photographing it, I am actively cropping what I see; unique shapes, angled corners and perspective outlines. These intervals are more fascinating than the buildings themselves. The contrast between these positive and negative spaces, the way the natural and unnatural interacts is what interests me. Within this disparity I notice shapes and forms, existing within the void between the buildings.