Photography mediates experience, both our own experience and the experiences of others. It preserves moments as well as inevitably obscures them. I start my work with questions towards this syndrome. With almost every aspect of our lives being affected by this mediation, I steer my work towards seemingly uncontentious moments I have experienced and ask how photography may have played a role in my complacency in them. This question has continually led my work to an engagement with the façade. I am interested in the façades that we are continually presented with that have secondary intentions and lay just past our consciousness, functioning silently within a larger sociological system. Through the use of the photographic image and the sculptural object my work plays both the protagonist and the antagonist. Creating a feedback loop in which I want the viewer to get stuck in. To be at once in on the joke and the one joked. My work presents simulacrums as well as the documentation of façades with the intent to raise questions much like the questions that had initiated the body of work. The new questions and resulting forms live as both the uncanny and the evidence.