“88 Days in Japan” references the standard 90-day visa for travelers in most countries, excluding the day of arrival and departure. Captured on 35mm disposable film cameras, the medium alludes to the act of creating mementos out of the unocuous. This series touches upon the subjects of repatriation, heritage and identity, the quest for a sense of place, and an enduring fascination with the unfamiliar whilst searching for a sense of belonging. This series captures the space that exists between being both a perpetual tourist and a temporary resident, feeling both at home everywhere yet anchoring nowhere, a waking dream.