During my studies at Nottingham Trent University I was able to partake in a broad range of photographic practices. None so more than my final year, in which I undertook a project to explore the issue of rough sleeping in Nottingham. The project enabled me to meet many different people from a variety of backgrounds. Ultimately it enabled me to use photography to capture those faces we often walk by on the streets, and plant them in front of those that view my work. Documenting the streets like this gave me a chance to ask these individuals about their experiences while rough sleeping in the city we both call home.