inBetween is how I’ve felt most of my life.
The all white environment was all I knew growing up, and my speech pattern still reflects it. It was difficult because I felt isolated more than included. As I entered adolescence, got my drivers license and could seek out peers who looked like me, I found again that acceptance wasn’t easy because our foundational experiences were so different. These images are a part of a series where I explore being inBetween, and finding self acceptance for the two sides of who I am.
shot in the natural light of a barn door on a ranch in the Rocky Mountains.