Hidden in shadows and bathed in light, I photograph pedestrians on the streets of Chicago. In these seemingly candid photographs light and shadow are used as tools to isolate and limit the urban space. The subjects of these photographs are unaware of those around them, but at the same time aware of their own space and often times caught gazing into the distance. Urban landscapes are known for being heavily populated, focusing on only a few individuals within an image allows me to pursue each of their stories.