In my latest work, I deconstruct and reconstruct my family’s history using an archive of over a thousand family photographs. Given to me by my grandmother, the photographs depict four generations of family members, birthday parties, graduations, and snapshots of their daily lives. I use them to ask the questions I continue to have about time, memory, and our place in the universe. I destroy the prints through my process as I search for ways to describe the loss of each moment as it is lived. I am mystified by the photographs that have frozen moments in my family’s history forever.