Every Last Breath


8×10 print on fine art paper.


This piece is about the fear, exhaustion, and the feeling of a total loss of power when a government takes away your right to choose. While I processed the overturning of Roe v Wade, I felt a lot of things. I felt anger. I felt a passion to look out for and protect my little sisters who would grow up in this new world. I felt like standing up to march in the streets like I was taught to do when I needed change. I felt fear for those not in California, who would truly be at the mercy of these new laws.

Mostly I felt like this like every last breath was spent. Like I was fighting a power so large and so one-sided that it had ignored the needs of half its population and then spat in our faces.


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