—One secret, one photograph, three sides of the story.
After asking my parents a series of questions about Taylor, I discovered one dominant emotional theme in each of our narratives—curiosity, shame, regret. With this insight, I sought to visually re-create our experiences using the photograph I had remembered of Taylor.
This was accomplished by using negative space, abstract type treatments, and by emphasizing distinct features from Taylor's photo. These personal compositions prompt the reader to interact with each piece, inviting them to unravel Taylor's story and interpret it from various angles.