I-Chan Park There is a sense of realism transmitted through black and white photos. The pain and realistic expression of the scene stand out. In particular, the gaze from close to or far away from various heights of the angle stands out.
A few months ago, I drove down to Tijuana, Mexico and became committed to telling a story about migration - what it means to be a migrant and more so, what it means to be an American. As a female immigrant myself, I found myself capturing more images of young women and children and began this portrait series. I have now documented migrant families on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, developing a heartbreaking visual understanding of their journey before, during and after crossing into U.S. territory.