The firefighters carried that extra baggage in their already twenty-plus-pound sacks on each and every trip. Their backpacks held their survival gear doubled in the weight of their historical heartaches, with their generational trauma in tow.
"Long before I was old enough to stomach them myself, I could regurgitate comprehensive summaries and character analyses of the originals and the remakes, Hitchcock and James Wan and Wes Craven, enumerate all of Paris Hilton’s fatal snafus, compare and contrast a low-budget slasher with a titanic studio blockbuster. " A story of a family, grief, and horror films.
"Created during a time of imminent loss, these silkscreen and aquatint prints explore how relationships—between loved ones and with oneself—both fall apart and are rebuilt when affected by devastating circumstances."