I love the framing very much with the camera positioned directly over the top of the scene, almost perfectly squarely composed with the walls and floor tiles. It's not hard to imagine these angles and the shapes of in the stairs etc. to be a two-dimensional scene. In fact by photographing it, it becomes 2D. The colours are excellent, a little washed out looking which gives a certain mood. The model occupies an excellent space within the overall composition of the scene I think. The light really draws the viewer into the landing area with also the model's face looking into the spot of light on the floor. There looks to be a pool of blood behind her head but it's just subtle enough to almost go unnoticed. In fact in the darkness it looks like it could simply be her hair. I think this shot also has the look of a crime scene photo which is fitting.