A Glitch in Time is a photo series made while at OBRAS Holland artist in residency program. The images all consist of landscape and nature images shot with a DSLR. The images are then downloaded to a computer and corrupted in various ways using glitch software or intentionally breaking the image data. Once the images are sufficiently corrupted they are sent to a smart phone and then exposed on Fuji Instax instant film via a Fuji printer. The result is a unique object that only exists in one physical location. The analog aspect of the series stays in line with the concept of glitch art generating a unique piece every time. Additionally, the analog format leaves room for more accidental effects to the image.