Of Innocence and Of Experience examines photographs of U.S. service members deployed in support of the global war on terror; peeling back the modern-day warrior to see the child they grew from. Personal imagery collected from each member of the military is overlaid with an image from their childhood. The inherent humor that comes from this stark contrast is broken by the bullet holes shot through physically destroying the paper snapping the viewer back to the reality of the destruction of war physically as well as emotionally and mentally. Each service member shown grew from their adolescence to adulthood participating in one of the worst aspects of human nature, war.