Two years ago, a younger Jemma could be found creating tintypes out of the back of her Honda Accord. The production back then involved scraping together odd materials and using a Holga toy camera. Since that time, those materials have moved from place to place following many different photographic pursuits. After a few months following the progress of previous residents at Sulfur Studios, Jemma came to the conclusion that she wanted to bring out the process again — but this time, she would be all-in, no stops. What she finds most rewarding about the photographic medium is the sense of community that it brings. People are connecting over mutual visual interests daily. We are united through the camera as a device of capturing reality. Throughout her time at the residency, it has become increasingly evident how much interest there is in the tactile quality of the photographic arts.