The essentially indifferent lens of the modern surveillance camera threatens to warp the definition of voyeurism into something decidedly more banal, but no less intrusive. The security camera silently promises its subjects a lack of individual interest while continually and candidly rolling its shutter. The portraits presented within this body of work seek to explore the ways in which we can use the "surveillance snapshot" to better understand the defining and refining of both the voyeuristic drive and intimacy within global society.