1930 to Present, is about exploring a place that for me holds many facets. There are countless photo albums of my mother, father, aunts, uncles, and grandparents, taken at the Birkett Cabin; a place I felt was my true home growing up. I went back to the cabin and photographed the same spaces my family members once stood, as they exist today. These photographs are marks of space, which possess material marks from the past. They are about time and space, and how their relationship with memories and images can create an altered reality, and even change the way we perceive the past.