The California Sunday Magazine - Typologies
Where do you feel most at home? Maybe you’re nostalgic for where you’re from. Maybe you couldn’t wait to leave. Maybe home is where you’ll sleep tonight. Maybe you’re still searching. In a year when migrant children have been sent to live in a tent city, rents for a San Francisco apartment reached an average of $3,750, and wildfires destroyed entire communities, the question of how people find and define “home” has never felt more urgent.
I photographed 3 different stories over the course of three weeks in the Bay Area, Portland and Eugene for "The Way Home", the first all-Photography issue of The California Sunday Magazine, all them typologies dealing with subjects related to the theme of Home: "What They Carried: Eight objects that survived a lifetime of moves", "Where I’ve Lived: Eight homes of a 13-year-old former foster kid" and "What’s for Dinner: Go-to meals that 12 people put on the table"