Charlie Simokaitis' strange work is layered and quite ambiguous. For this reason I find the images fascinating. Once I read and discovered the purpose behind the images I was still fascinated, but overwhelmingly haunted. All of these images are from the book With Whom Do I Have the Pleasure?. The book is a literary account of the physical and psychological state(s) of a person rapidly losing the ability to see. Simokaitis gives us this personal visual codex that distills the disorientation and confusion of the day-to-day. "This shorthand presents small stories within a larger narrative and denotes the heightened sense of reality born of a fateful lived event."