Daddy God was an exhibition that consisted of dyed photographs and a book project to be read while seated upon a church pew. The book includes photographs from my family archive, my prayer journal from college, photographs of Kool-Aid, and verses from Song of Solomon. The photographs on the wall are dyed using Kool-Aid for of its association with cults, evangelical transubstantiation (evangelicals using juice for communion wine) and my childhood drinking it growing up. The photographs dyed in a rainbow spectrum play a role in the work for its dual symbolism in queer communities and the bible. The work was deeply personal bringing together my identity as a gay man and my upbringing as an evangelical in the South.