"Ki", in Korean, means the energy of something. I look for stories left behind in found objects- an abandoned pair of jeans, a glove separated from its pair, a broken down car. I want to know to what extent our objects become inseparable with notions of who we are. I am intrigued by the synchronicities that interject into our daily lives and the point where intention and chance intersect. I photograph things and places I sense a connection to, a visual mapping of the traces of things, putting together the pieces of a puzzle that keeps changing.