Daniella’s Grandmother’s house is a place she’d visited many times throughout her life. As a result, her grandmother and her surroundings have become very familiar to Daniella, meaning she often doesn’t take the time to look around. By allowing herself to look and think about what actually surrounds her when there. Daniella started to realise she has so many different objects within her home that reflects who she is and how she identifies her Grandmother.
The photographs included in this series are personal to Daniella’s Grandmother. However, some of the photographs can also be seen as a reflection of other people from the same generation who would share similar interests. As the work is viewed, it will hopefully allow the viewer to think about the little things that remind them of specific people in their own lives.
Daniella Gott recently graduated from BA Photography where I created 'Joan' as part of my final project. Currently Daniella is studying a Masters Degree in Digital Media, where she am researching and developing a new photography project. My interest within photography lie between the everyday and the mundane. By continuing to photograph my surroundings, I find that banal subjects are the ones that are the most intriguing.