As quick instances edited unnaturally out of life, snapshots are most often used to remember and define a feeling, person, place, or time. Sometimes these personal photographs are so strangely perfect or unusual that they seem unreal and constructed. I am most interested in these moments, inspired by imbalance and created almost by accident, they are fragments of humor that trigger memory. This series provides a sequence that highlights the connections between every image through themes of displacement, cliché and hyper-reality. (BFA Thesis NYU, Tisch School of the Arts)