By nature, the architecture which we exist in sets the stage for the scenes of our lives. This short film explores the connections we build to these spaces that we inhabit and our lives' circumstances that become unintentionally defined by their structure.
The first half is a conversation of man's control over architecture. Sweeping shots of strong, dark structures carve the cityscape, erecting the framework that directs our lives' scenes. The second half constructs the emotion and memories that synthesize the spaces we live in our minds to become much more than the sum of their parts.
Taken together, this film elicits a consideration of the spaces we all hold near to our hearts and what constitutes a home. In a time where we are spending more and more time in our spaces, yet simultaneously more isolated from loved ones than ever, these connections to the space we inhabit will build deep roots in our memories.