“Sonny” is a book about home and how the feeling of home can change due to the loss of a loved one. It is a portrait of loss and portrays how a person’s presence or absence can affect a location’s overall feeling. In April of 2015, my grandfather died, and he had lived with me my whole life, for 23 years. He was like a father to me, and now that he is gone, my home, which is my favorite place, feels much different, a little less warm and a little less like home. I've had to learn what my new home is like without him for the first time in my life. I remembered that my grandfather wrote down some of his police stories throughout his life so, I took excerpts from his writings and cards that were sent to him, and cards sent by him, to make up the pages in this book. Accompanying the handwritten text, I have included photographs I took, using a Holga camera, of all the houses my grandfather used to live in as he was growing up, our old home that we all lived in, our current home. I overlapped them with old pictures of my grandfather to produce double exposure effects, overall, displaying how my home has changed since my grandfather has died.