8×8" image on 8.5×11" paper
I chose the Inglis House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in honor of my mother, Cathy, who lived there the last two years of her life. In addition to the specialty nursing care she received, she had the chance to fall in love again, sit in the sun, and live out her life with dignity and choice. The Inglis house provides programs and services designed to enable people with physical disabilities to enjoy life with the greatest amount of independence and mobility. Inglis works with people with physical disabilities to create and provide practical solutions so they may pursue their life goals.
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Melissa Kaseman received her BFA in photography from the California College of the Arts in 2005. Before establishing herself in California, she spent a year abroad studying Contemporary Photography at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, Netherlands. Most recently, she was named to the PDN30 – Photo District News’ Top 30 Emerging Photographers. Her photographs have been featured on Women In Photography, Flak Photo, Fjord Photo, and have been exhibited throughout California and North Dakota. Her work can be found in The New York Times Style Magazine, Dwell, ReadyMade, and Wired. Melissa was invited as a guest lecturer at the Palm Springs Photography Festival, and is preparing for an upcoming show at the NewSpace Center for Photography in Portland, Oregon.