Every day untold moments move right past us, fading into one another most unconsidered. We’re perpetually chasing something – a place, a story, a better moment. Only once we stop, stripping our busy minds down to mere awareness, we catch up with the enthralling momentum of the mundane. In-between these blinks, our omnipresent obliviousness is fast forgotten.
These are the moments next door: noteworthy normalities hidden in plain sight of destinations extraordinaires, modest neighbors of guidebook icons. From Argentina to Zimbabwe, Manhattan mingling with Mangroves, poverty vis-à-vis worry-free – these shots are framed by candor and rawness, but not caged in by one genre, style or color pallet. Their diverse complexity is met with a unifying simplicity. The Moments Next Door are conceived through a curious lens pointed at an intriguing middle that usually perishes unsung in the absence of witnesses.