EVERYWHICHWAY, 2015, film photography, sizes variable. Triple exposure images merge three subjects chosen for their symbolic and material properties: roses, water, and a third subject as a variable. A portrayal of the potential for a single image to represent the multitude of layers in a lived experience, make visible the cacophony of detail available prior to the event settling and being replayed as a (memory) story. Screen memories are described in Freudian psychology as a filter which blocks early childhood memories. Using the surface quality of an image, interpreted as a screen as a reflective surface where all experiences are present, moving, and rising. A question of depth in memory recall, misunderstanding and reforming time offers viewers a look into a personal interpretation of narrative.