Interested in the idea that people at the same time both have relationships and no relationship with the places themselves, Limen photographs non-places, where we pass through but have no intimate connection. In the context of anthropology, liminality is the quality of ambiguity or disorientation that occurs in the middle stage of rites of passage, between what was and what is. Quickly drawn to the use of abstraction and interiority, the photographs lead the viewer to consider more than just the physical landscape itself.​​​​​​​