Snapshots are paintings rendered over photo transfers onto wood panel. I transfer my photographs to the wood panel by printing them with an inkjet printer onto wax paper, where the ink stays wet and can be pressed into an absorbent surface. The transfer process allows the texture of the wood panel to show through and creates a coating rich with imperfections and surprises. Brush strokes further obscure the clarity of these skyscapes, giving them a dreamlike and ethereal quality. This interplay between photography, which suggests a particular time and place, and painting, which creates a world apart, invites the viewer to indulge in daydreaming.