Deep Forest is a personal journey of recollection and reflection, manifested by the revisiting of time-altered childhood memories of being lost for several days in the European woods. The child of nine did emerge from the forest and survival was at hand, and as a grown man I am now one with the child, seeking the same outcomes while facing imminent loss, fear, and salvation. These images represent a duality of visual memories and a private temporal reconnection, in the midst of an uncertain future. In a spatial and temporal anchoring, Deep Forest is akin to a personal eulogy, the facing of death and the celebration of life, in all of its aspects.