Capturing Moments of Connection in the Summer Heat

Moe is a Photographer and filmmaker of Japanese and Taiwanese descent born and raised on the traditional, ancestral, unceded lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. She is a recipient of the BC Arts Council Scholarship award and currently in her fourth year at the University of British Columbia. More of her work can be found here.

“I was interested in capturing daily life in a way that reflects the people, the space, and the current phase of the pandemic we are living through. One of my favourite things about this city in the summer is gathering with friends and finding community spaces outdoors. In particular, I was looking to photograph moments of interpersonal connection that can happen anywhere, anytime, and that have been absent over the past year.”

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Post Date:

July 22, 2021