An ongoing project. I began photographing myself sleeping in 2009. Using a combination of intervalometer function on some cameras, or a long cable release on others, to photograph myself periodically throughout a nights sleep. The photographs are averaged into a single nights sleep. The room, the walls, the bed all remain static, but my body, and the body of my wife, along with our pillows, blankets, and occasionally cat, fluctuate and undulate. This body of work has grown out of an interest in capturing long periods of time in still images, being able to witness 8 hours of sleep in a moment. Included are single images from the night’s captures, as well as semi-related work exploring bed as home, a place of safety and rest.