To protect strangers on city streets from cameras shoved in their faces, Mrs. Carveth started leaning back and looking up. That was 2013. When she moved back to the city after 25 years, she also needed to protect strangers from having to see her 25 years older.
It was startling to realize she had never looked up. In her imagination, she had been a visual expert of all the pieces of her cities.
Looking–up photography led to tangential interests–close up, from above, visual concept, building preservation, post-capture process, architecture, urban geometry, & variations photography.
All photography and art, Jessie Carveth, 2017
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