This series of manipulated photographs represents snap-shots of hazy memories from my own childhood in which I am the absent protagonist. I replaced the index of my physical body with some of the classic obscuring aesthetics of the photographic medium, namely, over-exposure and darkness. The eerie glow emanating from my face represents an inward movement associated with time-travel, as pieces of memories are reconstructed with my true sense of identity missing at the core. In other areas, my body is blacked out into a type of flattened silhouette, another indication of the gap that separates these family records from my physical body and memory.