These photographs were taken using a blue walled children’s viewing toy. The shape of the “Blue Looking Glass” informs each of the images by creating a border of varying hues around the central circular viewing space. Intimate, interior spaces were photographed through this man-made funnel to give a picture of how safe places could look through altered sight – a possibly tenuous defect for humans. (Though not necessarily for other creatures, who are equipped to see the world differently.) Some of the photographs mimic a Cubist approach to fracturing space, though the color palette of the Blue Looking Glass series is more rich, varied, and inviting.