From the series: “Home is Where You Find It.” 
Tiny  houses made using Japanese paper, old book pages, family photos, and antique game cards, are held together with bits of thread and dipped in molten beeswax. The fragile nature of the translucent papers used in creating these tiny houses stands in contrast to our belief in the security of the structures we call “home.” 
Creating sturdy boxes to hold these ephemeral “dwellings” allowed me to lend support to the delicate structures, and time to think about what we call home… and how our homes hold us.