Night Drive (2016) is an investigation of the back alleys, industrial areas and store fronts of the Edmonton-based community of Argyll and its surrounding spaces. Using a smartphone camera and vehicle headlights the image-making process was the result of curiosity and fear from venturing out alone during the dark winter night. The photographs were then shared early in the morning or late at night via Instagram.
The sound component acts as an aural interpretation, using the artist's experience of capturing the images as an emotional reference to complement the images themselves. Using endless cassette loops, the audio slowly shifts, acting as a cross-dissolve between the visuals, highlighting the state of uneasiness felt during the creative process.