My work addresses broad notions of memory and nostalgia. Visual interpretations of found photographs explore the way memories fade over time, through various forms of printed and mixed media. The process of transferring images from paper to plate, then back from plate to paper, is evocative of the way we replay and recall memories over time. Working through some of my own trauma, I’ve experienced first hand the play dough nature of memories; how we build unfounded narratives that only exist through our thoughts, and how those narratives affect our understanding, our relationships and our behaviour moving forward. The items we leave behind after we die are like physical debris; in an attempt to build upon tangible inspiration like old forgotten photographs, my work strives to develop into something more abstract, more intangible. Glitching, morphing and pixelating all embody exciting visual trajectories for further exploration around the slow deterioration of subjective versus objective reality.