Born in Cork, Ireland, David Creedon is best described as a conceptual documentary photographer. Blending light, space and intimacy, Creedon’s photographs depict worlds that we otherwise might not have access to. With meticulous precision, he presents concepts, ideas, people and places in a stylish and sophisticated way. In his latest series, Behind Open Doors, Creedon spent six weeks in Havana studying the complex and dynamic relationships of families. Throughout this period, Creedon captured intimate and transient moments that provide insight into a culture that has largely been hidden from wider view, and through these images Creedon encourages viewers to reflect upon their own lives. The following images are an extract from his latest book; for further information visit www.davidcreedon.com.