Mothers and Daughters
A portrait series taking a deeper look at the complex relationship.
Each set are being asked the same questions.
1. What is a quality or aspect of your personality you think you share?
2. What is an aspect of your personality you think is most different?
3. What is something you learned from your mother or daughter that you could not have learned from anyone else?
Emily and Rosie
Emily on her daughter, Rosie
1. Rosie and I share a very similar personality. All of the qualities of her free spirited- creative spirit reminds me exactly of how I was as a child and still feel. We have the same sense of humor, we love art and expressing our creative and goofy sides. We have the most amazing conversations. I love when we go on one of our long walks into the city and talk for hours. She always makes me laugh or she teaches me one of her magic tricks. She’s always fascinating me.
2. Rosie is more confident, I admire her for that.
3. I learn something from her everyday. She is so smart, and I love her mind. She is my inspiration, and we both inspire each other . She is my heart, My Pooh bear.
Rosie on her mom, Emily
1. Acting. Happiness. Niceness. Funniness. An our voices.
2. Mom can be a worrier
3. That I love myself just the way I am. Little dreams become big dreams and they become true. Never give up. How to be very funny. Skincare. I learned a lot of things from you.