"A few years ago, my Pop-Pop began to lose his memory. It started with small lapses that we initially attributed to old age, yet soon he would begin to forget conversations, names of loved ones, and even how to get home. " A photographic journey through a day in the life of Ernest Taylor.
"That's cute that you thought your rib was strong enough to make me / when it is my hips and my womb that have allowed you to be."
After misinterpreting a fact about gravity, a young man wonders whether he would fall to the ground faster than a loaf of bread.
"In the moment of the catcall, there are not two people involved. It's a person and an object. This series flips that relationship around." Photography.
A social media-mashup, an improvised digital soundtrack, and, ultimately, a contemplation of the notions of the cyborg and the spectacle. Video.
A project that seeks to amplify the voices of lgbtq+ youth through interview theater. Co-created by Emily Schorr Lesnick.
"I had shaved my head, and strangers would ask if I had joined the Army...I bought a uniform at an Army supply store and dressed for the camera. I sought to catalog dangerous affects that could blow my cover—a gaping mouth, a gaze." Self-portraits.
"I am not enhancing the body or accentuating any preferred parts of it; instead I engage in an intentional celebration of the human figure."