A project assigned in an Art History course taken my junior year in Undergrad. The point of the project being to explore photography as an art and to serve as an introduction to the concepts used in expressive photography. This project, for me, was not so much about the digital image as it was about the aesthetics of line, shape, space, and interpreting the ‘decisive moment’. Therefore, the pictures are solely black and white, taken with a phone camera with focus on architecture and design. The inspiration I received for this project came from the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Edward Weston, introduced in the course and who today are two of my most influential photographers.