Consuming the world around us, we play along with our collective sense of reality. The social construction of values and ideals ultimately defines our existence, but what lies beyond? What parts of our lives will still hold value when we are gone? Through digital montage of scanned and photographed objects representing consumer culture, my body of work uses familiar items to explore the unconscious desire for meaning and purpose in life. No matter how much we strive for satisfaction, the presence of the void often still remains. Embracing artificial light sources and unrealistically constructed spaces, I question the true sense of fulfillment that these indulgences are thought to bring.