Memories are something we cannot touch, a moment in time that has been and gone, a moment however that we can choose to hold onto in the form of a photograph. What is it that makes us choose to photograph certain moments in time, to share with our future selves and others? And what happens to the memories we do not capture? My work explores the concept of the family snapshot. Through collage, photomontage, installation and video I explore the idea that family snapshots may only capture the moments we want others to see, and also how memories can become altered as time goes on. My work reveals the hidden narratives within family life, using my own experiences as inspiration.
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