Throughout most of my life I have been witness to many life changes, I think we all do, some have been good others not so good. I’ve relocated from Panama to New York City at the age of 9, I married at age 17, I gave birth to three sons, divorced, loss of my father, and now in a desperation to complete my MFA in Photography. These life changes create a road map to who I am today. A road map that sometimes require some containment/ barriers. And, in order for my strive to continue these barrier allow me to set aside some of the less happy moments in order to continue moving forward. I’ve created fences, not full walls, fences are just tall enough to keep those inner feelings contained and room for looking in or looking back. Fences is a Fine Art linguistic-based still life series aimed to explore these most inner secrets and how one is able to compartmentalize ones life. The literal subject matter will range from modern to old almost torn down fences. The scenes will be presented in a leveled way, primarily centered and isolated, in order to create an atmosphere of comfortable realignment.