The Digital Ephemera Project is an incomplete archive of visual files and material that chronicles my personal and professional development as a cultural accelerator. Much like the cloud or other forms of online databases, this archive is hyper-dependent on tangible bandwidth. It functions in a state that is at once infinitely permanent and inevitably temporal. Think of this as a virtual shoebox of sentimental collateral that is kept under the bed or in the closet. It offers itself as a readable collection and acts as a visual aid that evidences the professionalization of a sociocultural practice.