Six days out, one day in.
For Lori Hawkins, the words became a mantra. They were her schedule, a repetitive routine. A source of comfort and reassurance, stress and depression. An escape, a homecoming, her sense of normalcy.
For the last six months, that one sentence defined her life. And it has led to the most fulfilling photography series of her 20-year career.
“I feel like I’m creating my best work ever,” Hawkins said from her home in Bridgehampton. “I feel like I’m more focused on telling stories.”Read More