I've been fascinated by personal religious identity and manifestations of religion for as long as I can remember. My sister and I were raised with Judaism from our father's side and Mormonism from our mother's side. During my final year of college, I wanted to take the opportunity to explore my Mormon side of the family by traveling to Tempe, Arizona with my mother and sister to stay with my uncle and his family. Through color film photography, I explored the various ways in which religion and spirituality still exist between my sister, my mother, and I, especially since my mother stopped attending Mormon church eight years ago. I wanted to address how spirituality and faith can be expressed through people, places, and objects, as well as within the ephemera of everyday life.