Most of us spend most of our lives with strangers because of our jobs, not with family and friends. Productivity is measured and streamlined with a never ending upgrade of technology to make our work easier, but none of this has managed to lessen the amount of time we spend at work. In fact we work more now, not less. The office is everywhere, all the time. This project is about portraits of people in their everyday lives, which to me means while they are working. How people make a living takes many different forms today. I want to explore what the current working landscape is and what it will become.
I graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1999. I was born and raised in New York City, where I live and work today.