Water, an element of constantly changing states, is an ideal lens to aid us in seeing, understanding, and responding to the world. Using water as a metaphor for the fluidity of our experiences, my work explores concepts of time, change, and continuity in our contemporary abstract lives. Water is used as a medium, both as an artistic material and foreboding entity, to reflect upon memories, relationships, and seemingly ordinary interactions and sights. Photography is used as a means of documentation, print as a tool to share the interpretive nature of memory and image, and text/texture as means of describing changing, psychological states. Collectively, my work acts as an archive and collection of water-related thoughts, ideas, and emotions, and represents the space and time of finding and losing time at the water's edge.