In this project the photographer attempts to tackle the morality of surveillance. By using different visual languages such as: Studio photography, landscape, and portraiture, Adam Leitzel is attempting to challenge social norms and spark curiosity within the viewer. More modern ways of technology integrating its way into contemporary living is with the ghost portrait. The image is made up of 12 photographs taken from the photographers Facebook. These images are overlaid and the opacity brought down, in order to make a portrait that is the “essence” of Adam. Similar methods are used with various social media’s facial tracking features. Traditionally a portrait attempts to capture the essence of a human's personality in just one image. The way in which the images are compiled bring into question just how much can you truly understand about a person through not just one image, but multiple. In Michel Foucault’s “Discipline and Punish” he talks about this theory of “Normalization”. Compliance is met with reward, whereas insolence is met with punishment. Normalization is a key tactic in exerting total social control. A question the photographer attempts to probe the viewer with is: will you be compliant, or will you be uncompromising?