This family study spans four generations and three countries, the UK, Ireland and the USA. It aims to memorialise the family, and explore the role photography has at every level to define, group, classify and individualise us. Looking at our sense of self, migration, family history and memory. The images vary from personal portraits to pseudo-forensic and pseudo-anthropological images. It explores not only the nature of a family group but also my own sense of self, place, belonging and heritage.