Adrian Raymer has always felt that the most important parts of a photograph are the hidden emotions and truths that lie unseen within. As far back as she can remember she would take self-portraits as a way of manifesting these ideas. Examining themes of identity and relationships, her current work investigates the narratives that lay within archival images and documents, in turn questioning the validity of photographs as evidence. She is concerned primarily with memory and truth, and in the process of unearthing the stories behind lost archival photos, she hopes to find their connection to the present. Raymer is a graduate of the photography program at Ryerson University.