Many years ago a mentor told me, “Photograph what you know, photograph what is close to you.” Years later, another mentor suggested that one should make photographs about what they don’t know, what they don’t understand. Parenting immerses us in both the known and the unknown. Thus, I began documenting the joys and challenges of parenting after the arrival of my first child. And, all the while, wondering what she will sacrifice to my faults, my desires, and my hubris.
By Matthew Hamon —
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