Quarantine Portraits

“I Think We’re Alone Now” is a portrait series of people in their homes during quarantine near my neighborhood of Carrboro, NC. I photographed folks through windows and doors, always keeping a safe distance or photographing through glass. 

While quarantine is often a lonely, solitude affair, I hoped to document a slice of our collective experience during self-isolation. Since I lived alone in quarantine for the month of April, it was also meaningful mentally and emotionally to make some distant connections with people around my neighborhood during this time.

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