I explore blurring lines between archived and unconscious memories in my work. Using digital and tactile mediums I expand visual abnormalities: warping colors, layering surfaces, and enhancing spaces. My process relies on using multiple lenses to progressively transform family photos beyond recognition. I alter portraits; abstracting the movement of figures through pushing and pulling on a scanner bed. Dragging images results in repetitive forms and patterns. In addition, digital filters allow for amplified colors, glitches/marks separating the tangible form of referenced family photos. Simultaneously, celebration and sorrow navigates the work; I’m internalizing family departure alongside the culture of Tobago that influences my interest. Taking form in a digitally influenced world, similar to memories once shared by sending printed photos.