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  I'll be your mirror  is a subjective documentary project in Chicago and areas surrounding Lake Michigan. This is a series about connecting with strangers. I am compelled by the possibility that how we inhabit ourselves before the camera is meaningful for how we experience ourselves outside the frame. In certain public spaces, we find refuge. We gaze out at the water, the constraints of the city hugging at our backs. The resulting images solidify a momentary togetherness and affirm a crossover from strangers to collaborators.
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ries_carly_image4_chris.jpg
chip-greenish-12x5.jpg
mom-babe.jpg
carlyries_03.jpg
                 
      
carly_ries_03.jpg
leap-12x12.jpg
collective_WORK.jpg
12x12seawriter.jpg
feetdrawing_full-layers.jpg
01.jpg
clouds-northcarolina-layers.jpg
web_treeeeee.jpg
16david_hydepark.jpg
carlyries_10.jpg
carlyries_09.jpg
prom.jpg
  I'll be your mirror  is a subjective documentary project in Chicago and areas surrounding Lake Michigan. This is a series about connecting with strangers. I am compelled by the possibility that how we inhabit ourselves before the camera is meaningful for how we experience ourselves outside the frame. In certain public spaces, we find refuge. We gaze out at the water, the constraints of the city hugging at our backs. The resulting images solidify a momentary togetherness and affirm a crossover from strangers to collaborators.
I'll be your mirror is a subjective documentary project in Chicago and areas surrounding Lake Michigan. This is a series about connecting with strangers. I am compelled by the possibility that how we inhabit ourselves before the camera is meaningful for how we experience ourselves outside the frame. In certain public spaces, we find refuge. We gaze out at the water, the constraints of the city hugging at our backs. The resulting images solidify a momentary togetherness and affirm a crossover from strangers to collaborators.
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