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
A series of portraits — blown out, overexposed, dusty — that powerfully convey the harsh conditions faced by child laborers in the quarries of Menya, Egypt.
Animals serve a diverse set of functions for humans, ranging from providing food and clothing to working as therapists and prestige objects—these symbolic images delve deeper into this complex relationship.
In legends, Armenia was the location of the Garden of Eden and the resting place for Noah's Ark—today, one can find visual echoes of these Biblical stories around every corner and etched on the locals' faces.
Part artist, part sociologist,explores domestic labor in and around Hanoi, Vietnam.