Tia would love to do portraiture, pictures that document the simple beauty of life, but she takes too long to compose her shots and her models get quite bored and uninspired by her photographing them. So she turns to things that wouldn't mind the wait. A few call these creatures "inanimate" objects. But Tia knows this isn't the case. For in them she has found the most animated characters and profound stories. Things with a life and character that exists best in a photograph. Sometimes, Tia's friends like to tell their own stories. So she lets them. The best ones happen when Tia only serves to function as a documentary photographer, documenting whatever that coalesces between the objects. For the two years that her and her models have been acquainted, they have showed the world of quite a number of different situations and issues. Most of these individuals are city dwellers, since Tia lives in the city. She would like to meet the ones from the forests and lakes one day, and document their lives too. Tia is still quite curious to see if there are more. And like all people, she would like to meet new friends too, from everywhere on land and underwater. Tia doubts she can go to space because she doesn't think she has enough money to do so. She probably has to make do with some glow-in-the-dark paint, sand, practical science and strings.