These portraits blur the boundary between human and earth.  What if we could see ourselves in the rivers and mountains? What if we saw a landscape across our own faces?  What if each time we build something we honor what we’ve destroyed or changed in the process?

Apart From Us asks how we find our place in a world that pushes us to adapt to constant change while also holding space for our roots, contrasting old and new, and questioning a sustainable future built on an unsustainable recent history. These figures are looking for hope within a system that increasingly separates us from the very thing that built us.