Photography (BFA)

This work is "documentation" of My Embrace, photographs taken of the process of creating the cyanotype on garments. It is a diptych: on the left is one persons perspective and on the right is the other persons perspective of the embrace.
Untitled 2019 120mm Film, cyanotype on thrifted garments
This photograph is a portrait of someones hands. He's sitting on steps, holding a magnifying glass up to his left hand, focusing on his "A" tattoo on his middle finger. On his right hand, which is holding the magnifying glass, he has a heart tat
A 2019 120mm Film
This image is documentation of contact prints of a hug between two people, recorded on garments. What remains is their ghostly imprint on one another, created through Cyanotype, a light sensitive chemistry. This work is the core of my thesis.
My Embrace 2019 Cyanotype on thrifted garments 29 x 40 in
A photograph of an oil slick as seen from under the I-95 highway.
Oil 2020 Archival inkjet print 30 x 24 in
A photograph of water storage tanks at the Gould Street Generating Station.
Storage Tanks 2019 Archival inkjet print 30 x 24
A photograph of the ground level at Gould Street Generating Station, just months after its closure.
Closure of Gould Street Generating Station II 2019 Archival inkjet print 24 x 30 in
Picture of Paperback book titled: I Was Waiting For The Anger To Change
I Was Waiting For The Anger To Change 1 2020 Paperback book 6" x 8"
I was waiting for my anger to change by sarah eckstine
I Was Waiting For The Anger To Change 12 2020 Paperback book 6" x 8"
I was waiting for my anger to change by sarah eckstine
I Was Waiting For The Anger To Change 13 2020 Paperback book 6" x 8"