Photograms record the trace marks of materials placed on photosensistive paper. Using organic materials from the market, beach and kitchen, I observe the traces made by seaweed, fish, desert salt crust, debris, vegetables and fruit. This work is about the direct transmission of data from the subject to the sensitive paper and the intensity of the marks made on paper and the unexpected results caused by atmospheric conditions. The photogram has a long tradition in the history of photography. Some of the first known photographic images made were photograms. My works were showcased with other award winning Emily Carr University graduates at Winsor Gallery, Vancouver in 2010 and are in public and private collections.