In this book Miles Aldridge delves into his Polaroid archive — venturing back through twenty years of enhancing, modifying, reassembling and discarding. Many of these Polaroids were intentionally annotated or accidentally damaged while working on different shoots. Liberated from their original context, the images take on a life of their own by evolving into surreal and cinematic narratives. By enlarging and manipulating the Polaroids in unpredictable ways, Aldridge devotes himself to each Polaroid as an independent image while simultaneously learning to appreciate the importance of flaws and imperfections. This book provides us with a rare insight into a photographer’s odyssey; an unfolding journey of the imagination in parallel to his working process.