The series of collage embroidery photos invites us to reflect on the nature of memory and its role in shaping our identity. As we look at our family album, the photos appear strangely familiar yet distant. Our memories, depicted in these images, are subject to interpretation and may not accurately reflect who we were. Likewise, our perception of ourselves in relation to loved ones and even our personal spaces, like our homes, is influenced by subjective construction of memory. The embroidery threads that obscure the subjects in the photos create an anonymous identity, emphasizing the elusive nature of memory. These artworks encourage us to question the reliability of our memories and prompt a new dialogue between images, potentially constructing alternative narratives that challenge our understanding of the past.