I'm very excited to share my collaboration with the Equals Record, an online publication "devoted to pursuing meaning through topics of timely and timeless significance." It's edited by Elisabeth Fraser and features some of my favorite digital storytellers, including Shoko Wanger and Erin Boyle. And the design, from creative director Miya Hirabayashi, is so clean and lovely. It's an online space I'm honored to be a part of.
My first essay is about struggling to define myself (and this season) in a time of transition.
"I don’t know what it means yet to claim this place. I catch glimpses maybe — of the New England thing — in katydids and the peeling paint on the front stoop. But I can’t read the sky here. I’m constantly caught without a coat or sweating in my boot-socks.At home, I knew when the roses bloomed a few weeks early."
You can read the full essay here.
(photos) on film with Pentax K1000 | taken for the Equals Record.