Kin // New York  Kin is an ongoing personal project that explores notions of home and family,  given and chosen. It aims to peel away outer layers of familiarity in an effort to reach a deeper understanding of what connects us to a place and its people.  Started several years ago in my hometown in upstate New York during a time of intense transition, Kin has evolved into a way to viscerally consider concepts of belonging.
       
     
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 Kin // New York  Kin is an ongoing personal project that explores notions of home and family,  given and chosen. It aims to peel away outer layers of familiarity in an effort to reach a deeper understanding of what connects us to a place and its people.  Started several years ago in my hometown in upstate New York during a time of intense transition, Kin has evolved into a way to viscerally consider concepts of belonging.
       
     

Kin // New York

Kin is an ongoing personal project that explores notions of home and family, given and chosen. It aims to peel away outer layers of familiarity in an effort to reach a deeper understanding of what connects us to a place and its people.

Started several years ago in my hometown in upstate New York during a time of intense transition, Kin has evolved into a way to viscerally consider concepts of belonging.

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