This work was made in response to a project by The Reach Gallery Museum, "Shelter in Place". This small series is a direct reaction to my art practice as I made it in response to an already existing project I had to put on hold due to travel restrictions and physical distancing protocol. Each portrait is taken from 6 or more feet away and in the front yard of the individuals home. By following the preventative guidelines mandated by the Province it changes how we are able to engage with one another. In a broader sense I wanted to create further conversation around kinship and our connection to place. In this case the home and the added stress of a pandemic weighing on the bonds of friendship and family.