In 2005, I first made drawings that begin with photographs. By a chemical process I transfer ink from photocopies of photographs onto drawing paper. Sometimes most of the information from the photocopy transfers to the drawing paper, usually just a “ghost” of the image emerges. The representational precision that the vestige of the photograph brings contrasts with the action of the transfer process itself, (which has a pressure and a speed). I like the accidental marks that occur, I like the unpredictability and surprise of the working method.