From the Outside In
From the Outside In focuses on the emotional and physical impact of my family and friends separated during the COVID-19 pandemic. This work provides a personal, colorful, and complex interpretation of the struggle to stay connected with the outside world during isolation. Photographing the layers, reflections, and barriers presented by windows and doors, this project presents a collision of two worlds that have remained siloed for safety over the past year and the ways in which people cope with isolation. Each image is a universe full of details and emotions, framed to blur the line between documentary and voyeuristic. This body of work focuses on how the human connection and resiliency to persevere is stronger than any door or window that keeps us apart.