Kin // New York  Kin is an ongoing project started in a time of grief and transition. While staying with my mom, I found the camera I used in high school - the camera I fell in love with photography through - in a dusty upstairs closet. In addition to the other shifts in my life, I was also feeling disillusioned with photography. As a way of both healing and reframing my relationship with the craft, I committed to using the camera to document the people and places important to me, the emotional safety net I am so fortunate to have.   Life and time have moved on steadily, and Kin continues to serve as a way of grounding myself and connecting with the landscape and loved ones that are home. It is family both given and chosen,   the community that is always my true north in times of turbulence or instability.
       
     
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 Kin // New York  Kin is an ongoing project started in a time of grief and transition. While staying with my mom, I found the camera I used in high school - the camera I fell in love with photography through - in a dusty upstairs closet. In addition to the other shifts in my life, I was also feeling disillusioned with photography. As a way of both healing and reframing my relationship with the craft, I committed to using the camera to document the people and places important to me, the emotional safety net I am so fortunate to have.   Life and time have moved on steadily, and Kin continues to serve as a way of grounding myself and connecting with the landscape and loved ones that are home. It is family both given and chosen,   the community that is always my true north in times of turbulence or instability.
       
     

Kin // New York

Kin is an ongoing project started in a time of grief and transition. While staying with my mom, I found the camera I used in high school - the camera I fell in love with photography through - in a dusty upstairs closet. In addition to the other shifts in my life, I was also feeling disillusioned with photography. As a way of both healing and reframing my relationship with the craft, I committed to using the camera to document the people and places important to me, the emotional safety net I am so fortunate to have.


Life and time have moved on steadily, and Kin continues to serve as a way of grounding myself and connecting with the landscape and loved ones that are home. It is family both given and chosen, the community that is always my true north in times of turbulence or instability.

tri_x14.jpg
       
     
KinbirdsbwWeb.jpg
       
     
_MG_5500BW.JPG
       
     
239A7948bwWEB.jpg
       
     
27910036A.JPG
       
     
tri_x41.jpg
       
     
05720036a.JPG
       
     
27900004.JPG
       
     
05710019a.JPG
       
     
tri_x38.jpg
       
     
05720021a.JPG
       
     
hammock.jpg
       
     
27900022.JPG
       
     
05710023a.JPG
       
     
tri_x71.jpg
       
     
tri_x56.jpg
       
     
27900006.JPG
       
     
05770009a.JPG
       
     
05710022a.JPG
       
     
27900018.JPG
       
     
239A8717bwWeb.jpg