Every day we are bombarded with images of sexuality, and in particular female sexuality, in a constant campaign to sell. These images look down on us from billboard posters and out from the windows of newsagents and hair dressing salons. I have photographed some of these images through the windows in which they were situated. Using the reflections of their environment and with the use of cropping and differential focus, I amplify or alter the original message of the poster in order to investigate the positive and negative aspects of the pleasure of looking at sexualized material in public spaces. 

A consequence of something else refers to a partial definition of the word reflection and this body of work formed part of my Master of Fine Art submission in 2010.