This work explores the anatomy of human and animal in relation to thanatophobia: the fear of death. I work with alternative processes to find the beauty in death and to help overcome my fear of the inevitable. My recent work explores death by using alternative processes on cow bones, that lived and died naturally on my family’s farm. While death is difficult for some to come to terms with, my work depicts how death is a beautiful process at the end of our lives that does not have to be feared. Using the cyanotype process, I print flowers and leaves on the bones to illustrate this finality we all face. My work titled Hathor, represents the Egyptian Goddess in her additional form as a cow and guides others to transition into the afterlife without fear. My work embraces this darkness so others can delve deeply inward and connect with their utmost anxieties and fears. Like my work, death is a natural process.