The Waters We Swim In is a global photography project consisting in black and white portraits of people immersed in water. Each participant experiences a guided process of surrendering to the water, self realization through profound healing of the deepest wounds in conjunction with reconnection to the unique gifts each of us possesses, which when ignited, gives purpose and meaning to our lives.
Viewers are called upon to discover mutual belonging and interconnection rather than remaining isolated and incomprehensible strangers in an increasingly divisive world.
Click the thumbnails below to purchase any of the images as fine-art prints. Each image is offered as an Archival Inkjet Piezography Print in a closed edition of 5.
25% of the total cost will be donated to Central Camera, Chicago's oldest camera store, which was looted, set afire and destroyed when protests turned to riots this spring. Don Flesch, the third generation of his family to operate the store, is a pillar of the photo community here and does so much quietly and humbly to help so many. I'm pleased to give back with this work. The rest of the funds will support the continued growth of The Water We Swim In.