From Ravi Ghosh’s article for i-D:

For the first year of the pandemic, photographer Jess T. Dugan would only shoot at sunrise and sunset, venturing from their St. Louis home to the city’s nearby parks. The majority of these works were portraits of friends and family, caught in the morning mist or reclining in wild grasses. The resulting photographs are part of Every Breath We Drew, a sprawling project of portraits that the artist calls their “soul work”.

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