An archive of FaceTime screenshots found online, paired with an archive of background sounds collected from a conversation with my mom. The prompt required us to collect and create and archive of images with subject matter that interested us. Next, we curated the images, categorized and organized them. It is then that I developed a particular interest in the frames that ironically lacked a face. It struck me, that most of my FaceTime conversations are filled with sounds rather than words. This book became an exploration as to what constitutes human company — is the face or visual proof as necessary as the presence itself?