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
"My photography is a place where there are no limits. A place where I can be fearless, where I can be whomever I like"—an artist's boundless creativity, unleashed through her mobile phone.
An artful, tender look at aging parents and the everyday things that one notices when confronting the slowing down of life and appreciation of lingering last moments.
A series of portraits — blown out, overexposed, dusty — that powerfully convey the harsh conditions faced by child laborers in the quarries of Menya, Egypt.
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