We all know that we will die one day. It is inescapable; we are born, we live, and we die. Although it is a fundamental aspect of our lives it is also a blind spot - we have no idea what awaits us, we cannot know or begin to understand what is beyond our experience. With this piece I ventured away from using just photography, looking at home videos. I was focusing on the people that are no longer with us, and watching home videos was a way of trying to reconnect in some way to them but I found that it actually made it more real that they had died. With this work I took long exposure photographs of my home videos, of moments that I shared with the people I have lost, the images are a blur of the colours and moments. They are memories layered on top of each other, continually adding to and manipulating the memory before until you lose what was underneath.