Seen Being / Being Seen


An analog exploration of community. 

My dedication to analog photography is rooted my sweetest childhood memories—hours spent sifting through my grandmother’s family photo albums, wondering about the lives of those ancestors I would never know. 

We live in an image-saturated society. Phones in our pockets can publish the details of our daily lives to a global audience in an instant. These digital artifacts are ephemeral, consumed thoughtlessly and forgotten the moment we scroll away.  

This series of large format, analog portraits invites us to slow down. Pause. It allows us to take a moment and think about why we should be photographed, where we stand, how we present ourselves, how we choose to be seen. It asks us to breathe, be still, stay present in the moment, and consider why we are here.

What will we leave behind for future generations?
Nieves, Connor, & Roscoe | Northampton, MA | December 2020

Jamecia | Northampton, MA | December 2020



Logan | Hadley, MA | November 2020







Kerstin | Northampton, MA | December 2020










Alexia | Hadley, MA | December 2020






Thom at Nova | January 2021









Isaac at Nova | January 2021







Scout | Greenfield, MA | January 2021







Adrienne | Greenfield, MA | January 2021












Alex | Florence, MA | March 2021









Alex | Florence, MA | March 2021



Margaret | Florence, MA | May 2021



Jan | Florence, MA | May 2021




Ava | Florence, MA | May 2021











 Matt | Florence, MA | May 2021


Kole | Florence, MA | February 2021






Lillie | White River Junction, VT | July 2021


Niko | Florence, MA | July 2021






Kaelan & Amanda | Middlesex, VT | July 2021




Corey Kate, Willa, and Little Hazel | Middlesex, VT | July 2021





Katie | Florence, MA | July 2021




James | Florence, MA | July 2021


Alexander | Florence, MA | June 2021