Navigating non-visual spaces with a visual medium. I use photography to further my understanding of architecture. Architecture is experiential; it uses all of the senses but, particularly in the western world, we value sight over all others. My research sees me examining architectural spaces by photographing them with a variety of cameras including 4x5 film, disposables, GoPros and DSLRs. This detailed examination is turned into an installation made up of ‘viewers’ that resemble large format cameras. These ‘viewers’ frame views that interested me but that were never intended to be turned into photographs. I am aiming to expose the process of photography as a learning tool. For me the final images mean less than the act of gathering them.