I frequently walk on Cheshire Bridge Road to photograph people in their environment. Initially, I only captured images from outside of the buildings. Then I got up enough courage to go inside. I slowly established a trust with people on the street. That trust has allowed me a glimpse into their lives - ones that are often unnoticed.
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