Shepherd’s photography work has always been about constructing imagery and playing with the stereotypes regarding the medium. Using experimentation – both in-camera and manually in the darkroom – to play with meaning and create new iterations of truth and experience. This series explored these themes in a very direct manner through heavy manipulation of film shot by strangers, chance, and found rolls. The works are primarily explorations of technique and attempts at creating alternate narratives/meanings. Shepherd is particularly interested in playing with exposure – in both senses of the word – and how that affects our understanding of a work of photography in producing narrative and representations of truth/lies.