Isaac Layman’s photographs are hyperreal visions of the mundane spaces and objects found in his Seattle home. The artist photographs with a high-resolution digital 4 x 5 camera, often stitching together multiple images and perspectives in a single image. Layman also photographs from the same viewpoint many times, focusing the camera at different depths, bringing multiple areas into focus in order to heighten or confuse the sense of space inside a given scene. This work records the places and things that the artist visits many times a day. They are ultimately unremarkable scenes, but Layman feels an affinity to them as they are endearing representations of all he has.