The body of work presented gravitates around my relationships with my ex-partners. Each individual is appointed a colour, and attached to each individual is an archival brown box which the audience is invited to explore. The text is my account of the first breakfast each individual had made for me. I have written in the English dialect in which I speak, to dictate the actions and events surrounding these breakfasts. They represent an autobiographic account of my adult life using these relationships as milestones. These breakfast moments are installed as a snap shot of our first portrait together, acting as an introduction to each individual and our lives together. The inked photopolymer plates are documentation of each person’s habitat. I stitched the initials of the individual 1st name in their assigned colour thread in my palm and scanned it.