Photography has become the main way we digest images, the frequency and time spent with photographic images endows the medium with a familiarity. This endowment process is comparable with the importance given to places of familiarity, and the impact these places have through time.

The nature of photography gives contrast to drawing through the speed of capturing a moment. Comparison between the pull of familiarity and the satisfaction of immediacy plays out through both the content of the images and the process of creation.