(Photo credit: Nan Brown, Flats from the series Intimations)

The rabbit fast explosion of digital imaging saw the family album replaced by photo streams and online galleries. Family photography today is for the most part a disposable enterprise. This series from photographer Nan Brown explores youth in slow, segmented remembrances. The resulting images are not snapshots but artifacts of shared experience.

Her project statement reads:

My children allowed me to photograph them, to explore my view of them – perhaps revealing as much about my character as theirs – but I hope with honest insight into theirs. They simply trusted me as their mother. That intimacy of view is a privilege I have tried to respect.

See the rest of Intimations and more of Nan’s work at www.nanbrownphotographs.com