Heads is a visual study of trivial interactions we encounter in our day to day life. Associating fleeting moments with individuals in comparison to the mundanity of objects, questions the importance of perception. This is a visual exploration of what is overlooked. Photographic techniques such as frontal framing and fragmentation opens up the conversation to the viewer. Allowing them to make meaning of the image, space, or interaction set before them. The faceless identities of individuals flashed from behind, juxtaposed with objects allows the viewer to create their own conversation around this body of work. The ephemerality of interaction and the awareness to surroundings are central within this conversation of daily life.