Life and time are to some extent inextricably linked. Both feature a tension between the ephemeral and permanent. Living within the limits of time, or perhaps seeking to escape those limits, causes us to hide or edit the sequences of our daily existence to create narratives that are separate from our experience. My photographs feature these hidden sequences, these moments that are often misrepresented in our memories, to recapture how we live and to provoke in the viewer a meditation about the nature of our daily world compared to our constructed memories. By viewing each photograph, the viewer is prompted to consider how moments are lived and how we interpret time, both spatially and longitudinally, in the narratives we create.