My works on paper depict ghostly portraits enshrouded in colorful lines that drape around a faceless figure—each print a different iteration of the same composition. I have been using the same 18 x 24 inch copper plate over and over again; ghost printing, as it is known in printmaking, is a process in which an image on the plate is reprinted, albeit quite faint. The indistinguishable portraits become identified only by their shared marks. Faceless Print Series, Monoprint on paper, 20 x 30 inches, 2015