photography

Photography that showcases the best, worst and everyday moments of modern relationships.

  • Sophia Persico
    Published a day ago
    In Nature; In love

    In Nature; In love

    I think everybody can agree with me when I say lockdown has been hard. Not the kind of “hard” you’d say when complaining about the difficulty of something when really you just can’t be bothered and not the kind of “hard” you’d use as an excuse to avoid doing something you didn’t want to do. This is the kind of hard that has been a constant for over 3 months. The kind of hard that has challenged you every moment of the lockdown. It’s made you question yourself, your friendships, maybe even your relationship. It’s made you question your own creativity and your productivity. We set our expectations so high for how we want to spend our time in solitude, to kick ourselves when we can’t find the motivation to do what we want.
  • Christian Johnson
    Published 2 months ago
    Second Place in Better Days Challenge
    I Just Want a Damn Hug

    I Just Want a Damn Hug

    Today is May 14th 2020; it’s my 28th birthday.
  • Zoleeta Myers-West
    Published 4 months ago
    Homeless Adventures Part One

    Homeless Adventures Part One

    They call this area the “18th Street Bridge”.
  • Shaunté Glover
    Published 5 months ago
    giving thanks in a cocktail lounge
  • Yvonne Glasgow
    Published 5 months ago
    Letting Go of Dr. Livingstone

    Letting Go of Dr. Livingstone

    On August 27, 2017, my husband (my boyfriend at the time) was rear-ended by a drunk driver. It wasn’t even 7 pm yet. A man driving an SUV hit the back end of Dale’s Prius C, Spaceboy, at full force, crushing the entire hatch area of his car into the backseat area. Dale walked away with a minor concussion and a couple of scrapes, by some miracle.
  • Becka Maisuradze
    Published 5 months ago
    Memories that transcend

    Memories that transcend

    Childhood is the best period a person can have in their lifetime. No matter if it's associated with a lot of pain, abuse, or heartbreaks, or is filled with joy and laughter, childhood memories are nonetheless very sweet and dear to us.
  • Kelly Ferreira
    Published 3 years ago
    The Invisible Ones

    The Invisible Ones

    I had the opportunity to learn about and engage with the philosophy of disability studies this Fall, 2017 semester. I came to understand the models of disability and how they apply to the functions of an ableist society. Throughout my studies, I was interested in the functions of invisible disabilities, i.e. a disability that cannot be physically perceived on first glance. I wanted to understand how those who cannot be physically identified with the disabled community interact with a world that perceives them as “one of the able-bodied crowd.” Because of social perceptions of disability, my goal was to capture how individuals who dwell in the “gray area” of disability identity take part in the two communities.