“Kalos: Processing” is loosely inspired by the calotype, a 19th century long exposure photography process. The word is derived from the greek work Kalos, which means “good” or “beauty” depending on the context. This series is driven in part by material and process exploration. I have been transferring digital photos onto steel, using patinas and layers of various media to create depth and exposures. The content has primarily been an introverted look at personal experiences and decisions. They are reflections. I am constantly questioning and evaluating each decision and allowing myself to make intuitive choices that are mostly reactions to ideas of self, identity, and accepting my own work. This series may be ongoing, and because it has been created as reactions, the works are still processing as self reflection is a constant evolution.