I attempt to deconstruct an image into textures, colors, and forms. By breaking down a recognized form, the image focuses on simplicity and fundamentals. By examining the relationships between parts of the whole, each image can be an individual work, and a piece of a work. Using historical forms of photography, such as Polaroids and infrared film, works can come together and merge in an appreciation of imperfection and texture. Past and present can embrace to create a process that is unique with each composition.