September - November 2020

During the height of the pandemic, I drove through the United States on a mission: to photograph and interview LGBTQIA+ individuals and how they were coping with the effects of quarantine, fear, paranoia, solitude, and lack of community. I photographed individuals in their backyards, through their windows, and in their spaces where they felt most comfortable. As queer individuals, we are limited to spaces that garuntee safety and solace. And during a time of sickness and widespread disease, we had to find connection while remaining in our homes.

This body of work explores the ways in which we find community and connection, even from a distance.