"At 21, I left London to study Film Art in Plymouth, Devon. The culture and pace of life in Plymouth was completely different from what I knew throughout my whole life back home in London. 'My Residence' was made during a summer holiday, the break in-between my first year into my second year studying down south. In reflection, 'My Residence' was a way for me to vocalise my appreciation for the variety of cultures in London. Simply, the film follows my journey from the overground station to my mother's house yet in that simplicity, it evokes the peaceful and harmonious way in which cultures, races and genders habitat London together."