This work documents the delicate union that exists between humans and animals. Finding Trust began at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, seventy-five miles north of Seattle, Washington where I live and work as a photographer. When my mother passed away in 2002, I was left looking for something to hold onto, something real to photograph, and found this wildlife rescue. Located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range, it is a place where injured, wild creatures come to finish their journey or start a new one. It's a place where I've seen love, trust, and intuition that equals that of a human mother and child, a home where a few people have come together to save the lives of many precious creatures.