From Jordan G. Teicher’s article for Wired:

Her first image, “Trash Eaters,” showed two stuffed coyotes outside a quiet home, where they appeared to be rifling through trash. When she shared the image at a class workshop, it immediately drew comparisons to the work of Gregory Crewdson, who is widely known for elaborately staged scenes of homes and neighborhoods. Stein largely abandoned the dramatic lighting style of that image in subsequent images, opting instead for a more natural aesthetic in images like “Hillside” and “Howl.”

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