Business people look alike. They form a homogenous tribe, all wearing the same clothes and accessories, and sharing mannerisms and a similar demeanour. In my photographs I collect the many details that define them. Often I purposely don't show their faces because their identities don't matter here. As business people they lose individuality. As powerful as their jobs may be, they are all interchangeable, and dispensable. However their image of flawlessness and superiority is sometimes difficult to maintain. I then capture unintended, awkward, subtle situations where they let down their guard, and where they start to look human.