Woman Walking dissects the experience of a woman walking alone by isolating her from her surroundings and juxtaposing two perspectives of the same action. From behind, we witness her seemingly confident stride. From the front, we see her tense reactions to surrounding noises as she clutches her purse and phone. The woman is simultaneously objectified and humanized through contending camera positions. Commonplace acts like walking alone can be an unnerving, vulnerable experience for women. It is too often perceived as an invitation for unsolicited attention. My intent in making this diptych video is to draw attention to a shared experience felt by all women while also communicating to anyone who may be stimulated by the video from behind to be aware of the reality of the situation happening in front.