The human body is composed of the physical body and the consciousness within it. There is an ever present separation of the two that I hope to find through photography. Architectural concepts like suspension, compression, and tension provide a structural space to describe the physical human structure as accommodation for the formal qualities of architecture. In doing so, the viewer must find comfort in experiencing the bare naked body as object and without consciousness or identity. The role of the human in these compositions is willingly limited to the force outside of the frame, the human that does the designing. This perspective forces a consideration from the viewer to believe that bodies are accommodation and that the human element of the human body may now be defined as other than the physical; internal, and perhaps spiritual.