On the prairies of Manitoba, the Hutterites are outside. They are playing hockey, climbing hay bales, fishing, swimming, riding bikes, and connecting to their surroundings in ways that are increasingly uncommon with young people today in mainstream society.
The Keepers of the Lanes is a visual study of a fifty-year-old bowling alley lost in time in a modern, post-industrial, sleepy New England town.
Regarding sports, Ghana is known predominantly for soccer. However, some of the youth in Ghana are embracing a popular sport in the United States, basketball.
These photographs serve as metaphors for the way we alter, mend, and piece together memories, in order to make sense of what we have lost.
House of Glory documents a group of New Yorkers in their twenties from the Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn as they pursue their dreams of becoming professional wrestlers.
Using extravagant costumes and staged compositions to abolish the fifty year gap between them, Joannie and Yvette became the Hallandale Twins.