I feel it is imperative to appreciate the importance of deeper consideration, and to challenge the idea of absolute truths. In my current work, I photograph the ordinary––those objects often barely noticed. I then disassemble, reassemble, and distort the imagery, investigating hundreds if not thousands of ways in which each of these objects can be manipulated and, therefore, reconsidered. As a result, the photographed object is no longer limited by its definition. No longer an "absolute", the object transcends banality to become the sum of many complex considerations.