Contrast is a series where subjects are found in their natural habitats only to then be thrust, as if by magic, into each other’s settings. Lost and out of place now in another’s frame, we see a disparity not only between setting and subject but, whereas in their original setting there was harmonious color, there is now contrast. These losses of geospatial ownership reflect my personal struggles with my traumatic brain injury and a disjointed sense of place that often occurs during my days.