Trust Little in Tomorrow (2014) There’s nothing like having a new baby to throw your mind into chaos. Having a third child probably even more so. Last summer, a few months before the arrival of Lyra, my third child, my head was in the strangest of places. All the usual worries, expectations and questions about my own life were amplified. One of the more pressing issues was my wive's nesting instinct and her desire for a bigger place to live , something that we were simply not in a position to do. Having relocated back to Hong Kong a couple of years ago, I was both shocked and amused at the property prices here. More shockingly was the money people were willing to pay for a sea view from their high rise apartments. ‘Trust little in Tomorrow’ is a series of circular seascapes taken in front of some of the most prestigious property developments in Hong Kong. On one hand, it was a self therapeutic exercise, the project allowed me to spent a lot of evenings by the sea, contemplating what’s ahead. On the other hand, by using a lens with an image circle that is smaller than the negatives, the circular images serve as a metaphor for the fact that our desires are never truly fulfilled. The images are made by capturing the last ten minutes of light at the end of each day, further suggesting that we should evaluate our lives and that it’s never too late to make a change. Because you never know what life has in store for you.