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I initiated this photo project in place of a class road trip that I was intending to document, until the Coronavirus hit. This is a series of portraits from six feet away, with a tape measure measured out in-frame. Portraits range from workers that are directly impacted by the virus, individuals that are impacted, and couples who decide to stray away from the "six feet" distancing method.

Two of the images from this series were featured at the University of Alaska's gallery as a part of the traveling art show, called The New Now. The New Now is a traveling photography-based art show featuring work based around the life before and during the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic directed and organized by the SPE (Society for Photographic Education) Northwest organization.

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