This body of work consists of still life photographs that deal with memory. Photography, itself, strives to serve as a mechanical means of capturing how we experience moments of our lives, but it can never replicate actually living them. These images each contain physical photographic prints as integral parts of their composition. These photographic objects represent memories and how they become organized, filed away, altered, damaged, or manipulated within our consciousness and sub-consciousness. My work aims to examine the relationship between photography and memory, and is also a contemplation of memory itself.