“The project is an exploration of my relationship with the place I grew up and my sense of belonging. It questions the impacts that this tiny community in this remote location has had on my life and the lives of everyone that lives there. I wanted to understand what it was that kept people living there, and how the community spirit and the remoteness has influenced their philosophies and outlook on life. It was important for me to photograph a wide range of people as I wanted to understand the impacts living here has on the entire community, not just a select demographic, in order to produce a truthful representation of the place.”

David’s House by Alexander Ingram (3/5)

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