All Roads Lead to You is a succession of snippets taken along a meditative walk through the streets of New York. The abstract quality of the images do not intend to portray the place in which the work was made, but rather emphasize how homogeneous and indistinguishable the urban landscapes in our cities have become. To better understand how one constructs a personal identity within these surroundings, the artist examines the relationships between lines and borders on sidewalks and buildings to observe how they come together, interact and ultimately shape and guide our every day journeys. The asymmetrical composition illustrates how two different spaces divided by a border can exist inclusively side by side, rather than being divided. The sequence of images represents the artist’s specific journey as depicted in the book, however the images are paired with solid planes of color allowing the viewer to disassemble and recreate a visual journey of their own.