My research-intensive practice focuses on ways that photographs circulate, transmit information, and transform over time through processes of reproduction. Over the last several years I have worked with obscure images from United States government archives obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests and publicly available declassified documents, assembling a fragmented history of photography as a tool of the intelligence apparatus. This body of work is ongoing and ever-evolving. Through layering and further digital disruption of the images, the past is visualized in a state of flux, open to reconfiguration and reinterpretation.