I use the camera as a tool to claim ownership of my image in reaction to the violence of viewing and being viewed. I want to reclaim the portrayal of self in opposition to the bodies, stories, and emotions that are deemed acceptable enough to occupy physical and digital space. Using my body as a medium through performance and self-portraiture, I resist the disembodiment of surveillance in a digital era, and connect with my physical self to discover what remains in the absence of society. I am particularly interested in the performance of the self through social media and the feedback response of digital spaces. I aim to interrogate the role of photography and image creation in the attention economy and the role of the self as social currency across digital landscapes.