Brad’s Book is video that investigates the dilution of a fleeting family history. In the piece we witness an attempt to gather the presumably ruined family portraits that float in a swimming pool. A voiceover indicates an intimacy with the subjects while addressing the limits of memory. The piece is developed with a hypnotic pacing and the mesmerizing sound of a seemingly non-present storm. Familial schisms seem to riddle the work as each figure is addressed alone, and the futility of an attempt to close generational gaps brings to head the role of personal perception in family lineage.