The series of porcelain botanical photograms reference displacement of memory and place. They are imprints through a migration of light bending around and through forms of loss and metamorphosis. This visual metaphor convey nuanced, political landscapes of human fragility. Through an alternative photographic process and painting, these pieces are poetic reflections leaving traces of light on paper like a faded memory and an echo of what once existed. My work alludes to Anna Atkins botanical cyanotypes weaving art & science.