Photographic Works focuses on the potentiality of photographic material, most notably its ability to transcend its conventional analysis and use in image-making. While the mechanics of photographic image making via a camera are clear to me, I am fascinated by the complex processes used to generate a photographic image. This work allows me to revel in the wonder of photography while concurrently pushing at the boundaries of the medium in a methodical process. By applying photographic chemistry to exposed light sensitive papers, I construct images whose colors, marks, and compositions reference the aesthetics of modernist abstract paintings while remaining firmly rooted in the realm of photography through size and surface value. My primary pursuit lies in how photographic material is translated into images beyond the traditional processes, and how these images can influence viewers to reflect on not only what is shown through the imagery but also the possibilities of the photographic medium.