He tries to use movement to capture sensations such as weight and dynamics. Even if glitch work begins on a static photograph, the way the artist uses pixel sorting allows her to keep it moving. Its process begins with the search for a basic image that corresponds to its aesthetic sensitivity. Paczula then divides the image of his choice into the foreground and background, before replacing the background with an abstract texture or an image that he has previously sorted by pixels. Finally, he works on the entire image, editing and sorting pixels as he sees fit, while generally keeping a relatively unpublished subject in the foreground, which he treats as a focal point by which spectators can enter the finished work.