At Home is a portrait series from photographer Trevor Brady that explores the relationship of the ‘comfort of nudity’ and that which we surround ourselves with to make our dwelling our home. The artist is careful to not refer to At Home as a nude series, sighting the term ‘nude’ as too glamorous for this work. ‘Naked’ appears to be a much more fitting moniker. That naked feeling transcends the work to affect each viewer on a level relative to his or her own comfort of nudity; they put themselves into each photograph. Perhaps it is the sincerity of the work that allows this, for Brady does not so much create a scene as document his subjects in the environment in which they live their daily lives - in their homes surrounded by their possessions, and all the personality and intimacy these settings reveal.