The series ‘Internet Traffic’ aims to explore the link between a contemporary culture increasingly accepting of the common person’s ability and moral decision to access online pornography, and the connection that pornography has to the rapid increase in global trafficking of women, men, and children, for sexual exploitation. 

Dolls shot using the light of a smart phone creates an unsettling aide memoire of innocence lost, while the use of broken screens from a variety of internet capable devices reminds us of the ephemeral nature of the capricious devices that propagate the existence of images that may never be erased, never forgotten.  In so doing, the longevity of both device versus image is questioned and the impact on the lives impacted by the inerasable imprint.