Chemigrams are created by a cameraless process utilizing conventional photographic paper and chemistry. It breaks all the rules of traditional photography with results that can be stunning or heartbreaking due to the unpredictability of the process. Pierre Cordier invented the technique in 1956. I take it one step further by introducing photographic images in the work. Among some of the examples of this process are images from “The Lost manuscript Series,” “Stravinsky Suite,” and an ongoing project that began over twenty years ago, titled “Vanished.” The chemigrams are 16″ x 20″ and mounted on anodized aluminum sheets.