Tell a Life’s Story with Photos
Ballet practice, the backyard pool, the denim jacket, the first car, the first love, self-discovery.
Jack Radcliffe’s photo series Alison reminds us that moments can be preserved, but never repeated.
Chronicling his daughter’s life in 30-odd photographs from childhood through adulthood, his candid black and white shots have the casual intimacy one only gets with a subject deeply familiar with the camera.
We’re drawn to this father-daughter collaboration just as we were to Diego Golberg’s Family Portrait Project.
We hope it serves as a reminder that people change faster than you realize, and that it compels you to train your lens on the ones you love.