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2014 PROJECT: Still, Life

My year-long project for 2014 is a self portrait series exploring the journey of grief. Each week, I create a portrait and a written piece exploring some aspect of the journey. Shortly after the death of my fiancé in 2012, I began taking pictures of myself. I didn’t know why, all I knew is that some part of me needed to see myself. I felt like I had died too…  the images gave me proof that I was still living and a tangible way to express everything that was going on inside of me. Still, Life is a project that was birthed out of those initial snapshots. You can view the full collection as it grows here, and read all the accompanying written pieces from the blog/main page of this site.


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  1. These are so powerful, Sarah. And incredibly beautiful displayed together.

    Wednesday, August 20, 2014
  2. Lots of great shots.

    Wednesday, August 27, 2014
  3. Nancy V.R #

    Hey Sarah, i just found your blog, and i have a deja vu, i lost my bf almost 3 years ago, and when i saw all of this awesome pics of yours, i feel completelly identified with u, thanks for sharing!! this is exactly what a grief of losing your partner feels. Im such a big fan of your work, A big hug and regards to you from méxico City!

    Wednesday, November 26, 2014
    • Thank you so much Nancy for writing. I’m so sorry you are on this journey too, but I am so glad you identify with the images. That is my greatest hope for this series. Thank you!!

      Sunday, November 30, 2014
  4. Maria #

    Wow your pictures are amazing. They capture so much pain and those going thru it can really relate. They speak volumes. I’m glad I was shared this in a grief group I am in. Thank you for sharing your calling it’s beautiful how with your camera and eye you can produce so much emotion. Amazing!

    Thursday, November 27, 2014
    • Thank you Maria, your comment overwhelmed me – to hear that someone shared my project in a grief group (I was in one earlier this year myself) felt so touching. I’m wishing you and your group much love and healing, especially over the difficult holiday season. xoxo!

      Sunday, November 30, 2014
  5. Thank you for sharing this very personal journey. Stunning visual imagery.

    Monday, December 15, 2014
  6. Great work, really nice images and great creativity and variety! Love your work.

    Tuesday, November 10, 2015

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