Three duratrans transparencies in light boxes from the Light series explore our varied perceptions of time by digitally interweaving photographs of light and shadow patterns observed around a house through the day, with old black and white photographs from an earlier generation. These works contrast our daily, even hourly awareness of time elapsing, with a sense of the passing of eras. Two suspended moments, separated by many decades, are brought together. Different sections of the layered images are brought into view or hidden by varying degrees of transparency and opacity. The first piece in the series consists of LightJet prints on photographic paper, while the next three are exhibited as duratrans transparencies in light boxes. A natural progression for these investigations was to introduce the elements of durational time, motion, and the additional sensory experience of sound, by moving into the realm of video. When creating the still photos for the Light series, I was intrigued by the abstracted quality of the subtly flickering movements of shadow patterns created by light passing through foliage ruffled by the wind. I began to shoot digital video footage of moving patterns of light and shadow as they appeared on house floors and walls as well as outdoors on pavement and roadways. This type of pattern of moving light and shadow was the basis for Friday Morning and Passage, new works in digitally manipulated video.