Out of Habit explores common moments of solituded through images composed with a mindset similar to meditation, and reliant on an inuitive creative process that seeks out patterns of form, light and color. Thes moments are perceived through their existence in a sequenceand designated with the purpose of creating new connections in a way similar to the curiousity that captured them. From the periphery of vision, the everyday subjects are seen as worthy enough to be photographed, which contributes to a dialogue that turns the object response of taking pictures into something more emotional and perplexing.