It is my first time to visit the photography exhibition. It’s interesting. there are three well-composed photographs of things I see at the Photoville exhibition.
The photographs were taken by Jackie Molloy. It was about a family in transition. It is a photographic essay documenting the life of Tanner, a transgender male, and his partner David, they are struggling to cope with Tanner’s unexpected pregnancy and the birth of their daughter Paetyn, and they are living together as new parents. The shots of Jackie let me feel the warmth of the family, whether it is a photo of color or point of view is to grasp a person eyeball, I especially like the pieces of their daughter raised his hand up his hands in front of a mirror but the mirror is Tanner in the same posture to the mirror smile of photos, although did not see her daughter’s face, I think she must be also very happy smile. The group of photographs fully let me feel the happiness of their family. The photographer, Jackie Molloy work to explores modern families overcoming adversities from all over the spectrum, with topics ranging from transgender right, fertility issues, foster care, and disability. These photos well reflect the difficulties and happiness of transgender families. I think it’s great that we can show one story after another through photography. This kind of photography exhibition is very attractive to me. I will come again if I have time next year.