The London Borough of Haringey has been my home for twenty-seven years. It’s a place I have seen shift and change throughout my childhood and adult life. Walking the streets of Haringey, countless memories come to mind of experiences that I had as a child and young adult. These memories they are vivid, often peppered with the actual words of conversations, feelings of connection, pleasure and discomfort.
This project is a photographic inquiry into the blurred line between the body, place and memory. It is an exercise in imagination, anchored in a physical journey around the borough of my birth.