My environmental portraits of young individuals dressed in school uniforms seek to create a complex body of work and provoke questions concerning identity, education, and class system. Each image exists as a single portrait within a series, a community of photographs. The subjects, dressed in traditional uniform attire, gaze in acknowledgment of the audience. Each young student stands within his or her domestic space, yet, there exists an awkwardness in the way each presents himself or herself.
— Sarah-Marie Land
The world as seen standing just behind Park Geun-hye, the first female President of South Korea — a fascinating, unusual portrait series.
makes portraits of young Americans who have volunteered to serve in the ROTC army training program. She captures the inner-tensions created when these young people learn to assume a second persona to perform their roles as army officers.
While the world's attention drifted away, some of the Nigerian girls who were infamously kidnapped by Boko Haram did manage to escape their awful captivity. But finding their way back into normalcy hasn't been easy—come hear some of their stories.