For Christopher Fife reveals the remnants of working, like tangles of cables, forgotten scraps, or lukewarm chafing trays, often present an unintentional humor and emotional identity creating a continuous portrait of corporate life. Documenting the space that surrounds an individual depicts a more complete picture of the impact of corporate absurdity. Photographs are presented alongside a collection of "good-bye" emails sent by employees who had either quit, fired, or laid off between 2008 and 2011. Though the sending of these emails are discouraged, employees view them as their last chance to reach out and thank or disparage those who will remain in the company.