Phantasm is an exploration of memory and anxiety, and the way in which these forces relate to the human experience. I am not interested in “the outward realities that have so long fascinated photographers,” but instead wish to illustrate what is constantly bubbling under the surface. Drawing upon traditions of spirit photography and Futurist photodynamics, I use motion and light to reveal additional psychological and emotional layers. It is a project born from the idea of a voyeuristic examination of lonely and anxious moments and giving visual representation to internalized emotions and thoughts. Through the use of the blurred figure, I try to create visual manifestations of the memories and anxieties that we can never fully separate ourselves from.