In early 2013, I moved back to Montreal, Canada, where I had completed my studies before moving abroad for three years. The return I had been dreading dawned on me as soon as I set foot in the city. I rapidly experienced a great feeling of displacement and found myself looking for points of reference I had seem to have completely lost. Being a stranger in my own city brought up conflicting thoughts that challenged my own notion of home. The photographs in this series reflect the alienating emotional state of being back in a place that used to be and feel like home. My intention was to convey the discomforting feeling of not belonging anywhere, illustrated by a darker color pallet and a slight tension in the images. Through landscapes, interiors and portraits, I attempted to find new landmarks in my surroundings and relate to my environment.

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