My work starts with found photography. I alter these to create unique stories—fragments that reflect gender, cultural, personal, and political issues. I reset wistful images by interjecting my own narrative and childhood memories. Using a variety of disparate objects I reconstruct the photograph into a three-dimensional piece that later I photograph, alter digitally, and print. The resulting work juxtaposes unexpected imagery and is concurrently absurd and unsettling—evoking the anxiety and complexity present in our personal and private lives.