Traumatic experiences, which provoke one to relive feelings of embarrassment, guilt, doubt, self-blame, loss, anxiety, and fear, are an integral part of the psychological struggle of human existence. These concepts are formally applied through a multidisciplinary approach, stemming from print media and digital photo-compositing. To echo the multifaceted nature of memory, each piece is made by superimposing visual elements from diverse sources using Photoshop—including 18th Century art, social media, 1970’s horror films, fairy tales, and crime scene photography. By oscillating between evidence, fantasy, place, time, and dimensions, whilst touching on the current popularized topics of sexual abuse and human trafficking, this body of work displaces the viewer as a means to provoke a deeper level of understanding into another's consciousness.