Dimmock, meanwhile, addressed a similar issue on the domestic front. Her photo documentary, The Ninth Floor, visually narrates the lives of a group of heroin addicts who were living in the apartment of a millionaire-turned-addict. The apartment was in complete disarray and at times devolved into chaos, and Dimmock was there to document the ups and downs, the stints of sobriety and the inevitable spirals back into addiction. Along with her camera, Dimmock was also holding a personal connection to the people in the apartment -- or at least their situation. "As a child of a former drug addict, there was something hauntingly familiar upon entering this space for the first time," she says. "Motivated by a cross-section of personal history and the reality and desperation of the addicts currently before me, I continue to document these individuals in an attempt to bring forward an honest and raw exploration of addiction, fractured relationships, failed attempts to break away from drugs and each other, and isolation."