Photo Essay

Photo Essay

By Mary Ellen Van Buskirk

Still life lake reflection

Still Life: Seasons

Rejuvenate yourself in just a few moments.

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Photo Essay

By Jennifer Mattern

Girl and Grandfather Covered in Flour | My Father the Introvert: A Photo Essay

My Father, the Introvert: A Photo Essay

This, I realize, is what I have been waiting to see, waiting to capture. My father, no longer holding his breath.

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Photo Essay

By Karen Walrond

Paul Forde using a handplane

“Function Drives the Form”: An Interview with Furniture Designer Paul Forde

“Ultimately, things can happen in a business that you’re not out driving. I mean, you can have some success, and you can be driven, and you can work hard without having to be an extrovert. “

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Photo Essay

By Jennifer Mattern

people on the crosswalk

Happily Invisible: Why Tokyo Is the Perfect City for an Introvert and Her Camera

Whenever I can slip away to explore, I do—just me, my camera, and the thousands of strangers on the streets of Tokyo. I lose myself happily in crowds, the camera around my neck both a comfort and a buffer zone.

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Photo Essay

By Jennifer Mattern

Two girls talking on the ferry

The Camera: an Introvert’s BFF

Behind the camera, I remember to breathe. I remember it takes quiet to hear, and it also takes quiet to see.

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Photo Essay

By Jennifer Mattern

reflection of two girls in the mirror

A Tale of Two Sisters: The Introvert and The Extrovert

I skulk in hallways, around corners, hoping to catch a few frames of this mysterious sister relationship. What would it be like to have a sister?

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