STORIES FROM A SHORT STREET   is a collection of eight photographs inspired by my unique experience growing up in rural Montana as the youngest of ten children. By casting a fictitious group of siblings loosely based on archetypes of my own family, each image is constructed to enact a specific moment, communicate identity through space, and depict a psychological portrait.     For purchase inquiries contact:   NYC |   Robert Mann Gallery      PDX |   Hartman Fine Art       ATL |    Jackson Fine Art       SF |    Robert Koch Gallery   

STORIES FROM A SHORT STREET is a collection of eight photographs inspired by my unique experience growing up in rural Montana as the youngest of ten children. By casting a fictitious group of siblings loosely based on archetypes of my own family, each image is constructed to enact a specific moment, communicate identity through space, and depict a psychological portrait. 

For purchase inquiries contact:
NYC | Robert Mann Gallery 
PDX | Hartman Fine Art 
ATL | Jackson Fine Art 
SF | Robert Koch Gallery 

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  STORIES FROM A SHORT STREET   is a collection of eight photographs inspired by my unique experience growing up in rural Montana as the youngest of ten children. By casting a fictitious group of siblings loosely based on archetypes of my own family, each image is constructed to enact a specific moment, communicate identity through space, and depict a psychological portrait.     For purchase inquiries contact:   NYC |   Robert Mann Gallery      PDX |   Hartman Fine Art       ATL |    Jackson Fine Art       SF |    Robert Koch Gallery   
Short Street_Amber.jpg
Short Street_Calvin.jpg
Short Street_Fiona II.jpg
Short Street_Thomas.jpg
Short Street_Ashley.jpg
Short Street_Austin.jpg
Short Street_Abby.jpg

STORIES FROM A SHORT STREET is a collection of eight photographs inspired by my unique experience growing up in rural Montana as the youngest of ten children. By casting a fictitious group of siblings loosely based on archetypes of my own family, each image is constructed to enact a specific moment, communicate identity through space, and depict a psychological portrait. 

For purchase inquiries contact:
NYC | Robert Mann Gallery 
PDX | Hartman Fine Art 
ATL | Jackson Fine Art 
SF | Robert Koch Gallery 

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