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churn :: In this project, each individual is photographed in a way that conceals rather than reveals identity. What is seen is a hand, the side of a face, a pair of business shoes, the situation or street scape. Subjects turn away from the camera, not toward it. The figure is a shadow or gesture caught in time and space. It is left to the viewer to establish the story or meaning.

I began this project as a way to talk about the impact of the global economy on individual working lives and that intention continues to inform my thinking about it.

Interested in participating as a photographic subject for the churn photography project?

Please contact me to find out more. At this time, the project is focused on the greater Seattle area.

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