This series is a collection of drawings of found snapshots that reference "trompe l'oeil", a technique common to historical painting in which objects are rendered in life-like detail. In addition to portraying the photograph's image, the paper's edge, scratches, mold, shadows and mounting corners are drawn in graphite as well. The actual photograph is then attached to the paper facedown next to the drawing, so that only the writing on the reverse is visible. The viewer must trust that my drawing is exactly as it appears in the photograph, without manipulation or interpretation. Likewise, when we look at a photograph's caption or text, we assume it's the truth, even if written by an anonymous hand.