Morning at the Window is a visual representation of the poem by the same name by T.S. Eliot. It was inspired by a game I play with my friend Scott whenever I travel. The game is called Capture the Phrase, and how it works is that the person who’s traveling will receive texts or emails with certain phrases (like “It’s not spilt milk but it’s worth crying over”, or “signature sauce”) and it’s the traveller’s responsibility to find make take stage or photoshop a picture to fit the phrase. This piece relies on a poem by a legendary poet to supply the “phrases”, taking one photo for each line. The photos are then presented linearly as a whole to show the entire work in visual form.