In the body of work titled "scene unseen" I explore the notion that experiences of everyday life, ephemeral and intangible, are somehow recorded in the physical spaces around us. Embedded in the impurities and decay of concrete, buildings, streets and urban crevices, emerge shapes that reveal a single human form. These "portraits" serve as a visual record to what might have taken place there at a specific point in time. While the experience has passed, the residue of these experiences are memorialized forever, hidden in plain sight.