Adrian Langtry investigates modern urban society utilizing video and photography to present issues of voyeurism, legality, and morality in the form of surveillance. Rather than searching for vigilant activity such as that sensationalized by the media, the documented events serve as happenings in the everyday. The urban environment is both planned and unplanned restrictively, it is sprawled topographically forcing conformity in terms of territory and navigation. A human sense of awareness is required to understand and make sense of a situation, to draw conclusions in order to create patterns. Fate is questioned as an acceptable method of understanding a situation.