The journeys that we take on a daily basis require us to succumb to the unknown. A series of events and interactions with others require us to make decisions that get us from A to B.
'Drive-thru' is an experiment in using time-lapse photography to document a journey. By setting my camera phone to take a photograph every 10 seconds, I had no control over where each photograph would be taken. Therefore the series of images produced would be entirely random, a contrast to the organised, methodical procedure of going through a drive-thru. This is part of my research and idea-development for assignment 2.