Personal Pane is an idiosyncratic look at life in Minnesota, USA, circa the late 1970’s, 80’s, and early 90’s.
Arranged chronologically from birth through death, and laced with veins of humor and social comment, this series looks at some the more common, perhaps universal moments that define and shape our individual lives. A visual exploration of friendship, personal awareness, family unity, love, loss, peace, humor, joy, grief, mystery, and the sometimes-subtle recognition of our own mortality. It is a photographic glimpse into life’s minor truths and daily transitions. A balcony view of the smaller stages we walk onto and inhabit in life. Performances we share with family, friends, and small-town neighbors. Solo acts and self-contained plays, arranged in a unified series of stand-alone vignettes.