Growing up poor in the American south made introspection a natural subject. Today, Christian Freet is developing the connection between personality and his past in Louisiana, condensing recent self-awareness into imagery and literature.
Throughout development of her photographic interests in self-portraiture, lifestyle photography, and documentary photography, Myesha Callahan Freet has focused on the deeply personal, deriving from her mischaracterization by those around her.
The few opinions I’ve read about writing daily spoke about utility and organization, and while those things are true, I think that misses the point.
May 29, 2021•2 min read
Who ever warns us as kids about the confusion we face when we become aware of our own ignorance?
May 22, 2021•2 min read
I can't believe it has already been six years that we have been married. It is difficult to comprehend because her connection was immediate, and from that moment I felt like we had always known one another.
May 15, 2021•1 min read
Sometimes I wonder if I would be happier if I had no conception of happiness or of anything else.
May 8, 2021•3 min read
Despite its seductive nature, there is a certain distance inherent in life and love. No matter how close we become, our dream is only temporary, and no time is ever enough.
May 1, 2021•2 min read
Middle school is ending, so our attention has been focused on getting this guy to think about the gradual yet imminent process of becoming a man. We like when the right people participate.
April 24, 2021•2 min read
Sometimes you're just in the right place at the right time.
April 17, 2021•1 min read
These interruptions to normal daily life used to be disorienting to me, but I'm much more thankful for them now that we are on the brink of losing his youth to the world.
April 10, 2021•1 min read
A child’s life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark.
April 3, 2021•1 min read
Humility means embracing growth as part of life. It means accepting mortality, which must be acknowledged to find peace lacking diversion.
March 24, 2021•2 min read
I was staff for a cat for many years, so I had plenty of time to study the little beasts and their manipulative ways.
March 17, 2021•2 min read
It has been seventeen years since I left Louisiana, and yet all the low stratus and altostratus of the north still feel strange.
March 10, 2021•3 min read
It must have been ten degrees or so outside when we painted this wall in the garage, but we didn’t mind the weather.
March 3, 2021•2 min read
We are dog people but we don’t want one.
February 27, 2021•2 min read
We might think proximity binds us, but nothing can bridge the gap between our brains.
February 20, 2021•2 min read
Thank you, oh dirt-rooted givers of joy. We honor your presence and happiness with an honorable mention.
February 13, 2021•2 min read
February 6, 2021•2 min read
The ebb and flow of time means nothing to me without her presence, and I am selfish for more of it.
January 30, 2021•1 min read
What has changed within me? Is it my awareness of the past, or am I truly more honest with myself now? That is still unclear, and a worthy subject for meditation.
January 23, 2021•1 min read
Endless summer days, longer than half-year winters with long nights, and isolation from family are all totally real. Yet despite it all, we couldn't be happier.
January 16, 2021•3 min read