Cameron Schiller’s documentary style work highlights the beauty, raw tenderness, and complications in everyday life. Schiller shoots with little set up or external gear: often just a pocket-sized camera (and of course her beloved Mamiya C330). Schiller aims to capture the ephemeral and crucial moments that are most easily glossed over as quotidian. By exposing these fleating moments, Schiller hopes to lay bare the beauty in life’s mundanity. Schiller’s work is highly inspired by the work of Nan Goldin, Ryan McGinley, and Larry Clark.