Teacup Secrets pairs photographs of my mother’s antique teacup collection with old family photos and snapshots to explore the tragedy, joy, and triumph of family. Each image is accompanied by a story. The full series contains 19 images.
Prints and the book are available for purchase on Hudson River Fine Art.
Daughters 3 and 4
Trish and I are different from our older sisters.
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
My dad was in the marching band in High School.
Good Catholic Girls
Growing up we lived a block from St. John’s Church.
Stuck with Stevie
When I was growing up my family was divided in two; my three older sisters, and me and my younger brother, Stevie.
Tan fat looks better than white
One of the many lessons my aunt, Fifi, taught me.
Four Monkeys at the Zoo
My mother loved to sew, especially identical outfits for her girls.
My cousin Mimi and I were very close. She lost her parents before she was twenty. Her brother died a few years later.
Helen and Joe
Grandma MacAvery ran away from home when she was only fifteen.