Photon scattering prevents us from imaging targets clearly through turbid media. These different media can cause extinction, increased background, and image blurring, all corrupting the signal we get back from the target. Mitigating these issues can open the doors to imaging beneath tissue, through fog, and underwater. We work on techniques designed to reject scattered light from corrupting the images such as time-gating and coherence-gating. We also use wavefront shaping to use the scattering media to focus light to an embedded target.