The world is different by night. Color fades. Texture reduced to planes of light and shadow. The familiar suddenly appears unreal, ghostly and staged. Photographing at night means playing with what has been artificially handed to you—a motion-activated garage spotlight, a city streetlight, the undefined ambiance of low-hanging clouds holding in the luminosity of human habitations. This series is about inviting what surrounds us, capturing what is dismissed in the oversaturated day.