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Skip Schiel, Josephine Schiele, and Katy Downey

Josephine Schiele (53) and Katy Downey (50) talk with their father, Skip Schiel (80), about what led him to move to Boston in the 1960s, his activism during the Vietnam War, his interest in cooperative living, and his work as...

Interview with Stacey Wescott

An interview by Tessa Peterson with her mother Stacey Wescott.

Talayeh: The Aesthetic

Taleyeh, Keyli and Jalyn are Highschool best friends in their Senior year. They mainly focus on understanding Taleyas passion for the Arts, especially photography. They talk about the internet’s impact on style and language.

Kristi Hager and Leslie Van Stavern Millar talk about Hager's exhibition,"Equal: A Work in Progress".

Kristi Hager (74) talks with Leslie Van Stavern Millar (70) about Hager's Exhibition at the Missoula Art Museum, "Equal: A Work in Progress", their special art friendship over twenty years, portraits, photography and shared commitment to women's rights.

Covid-19: Maria Trajtenberg

Jackie Neale interviews her undergraduate photography student, Maria Trajtenberg while we are conducting interviews and taking photographs for our storytelling project, The Corona Collective. Maria is living in TriBeCa New York City through the pandemic, and talks about how she...

Covid-19: Lila Chapman

Jackie Neale talks with her student, Lila Chapman about how she is feeling in the time of the Coronavirus global pandemic. Lila is Jackie's ungrad photography student at the New York Film Academy and upon being given the stay-at-home mandate...

COVID-19: Eric Robinson

Eric Robinson talks about how difficult it has been to watch his son, a senior in high school in March 2020, grappled with the disappointments of the Covid-19 shutdowns. Because of the nationwide stay-at-home orders all three of his sons...

Paige interviews her Dad about Gordon Parks

Interview for a school assignment about someone important in history that they admire.

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Joey Luau and Carol Velazquez

Mentor Joey Luau (24) and her mentee, Carol Velasquez (17), discuss growing up in the different neighborhoods of Los Angeles. The two recall the similarities between their communities, their fears and how they are making photography work for them.