Insignificant Moments explores concepts surrounding the built environment we engage with on a daily basis; loneliness; isolation; and exploring the notion that insignificant moments in our daily lives are acts that provide the soul of the built environment. Through the austere and lonely there is beauty in these insignificant moments. As an architecture photographer I immerse myself in the built environment on regular basis in order to explore and find inspiration for my projects. I find inspiration from the architecture, streets, and fleeting moments in a rushed world. Insignificant Moments provides me with the opportunity to capture the fragility of human presence in amongst the built environment. Being surrounded by people within the built environment, it struck me that I could could go days without talking to another human being. These feelings are emphasised in this project through the lone figures overshadowed by the built environment.