Generational Echoes is about exploring the connection between self-identity and the cherished belongings that my father and paternal grandmother have passed down to me. I capture not just the tangible artifacts but also the intangible echoes of shared moments and histories, using light and shadow, the subtle details of worn-out objects, the family archive and the resonance of familial spaces. This series offers a narrative that extends beyond the frame, as each portrait and photographed display of tribute becomes an intimate exchange with the past that shapes and molds my present self. In turn, I invite the viewer to reflect on their own narratives, encouraging a broader contemplation of how our identities are intricately interwoven with the artifacts of those who came before us. Through this project, I aim to spotlight the relationship between heritage and individuality, where the act of seeing others becomes a profound mirror for seeing ourselves.