Teeksa Photography

Photography of
Skip Schiel

The photographer's family, spanning a 40 year period—and growing. The theme is change and growth, of both individual family members and the family itself. People age, die, and are born—or reborn. Relationships change, expanding and contracting the notion of family.

Skip Schiel began this project when the family first formed—children born, illness, death—not knowing then he would continue the recording. The series is a chronology of recent events, a family, made from within the family, with all the liberties and dangers that carries. He freely and only with permission uses photos by others, especially from his two daughters. He observes, describes, and, by this, hopes to show what this particular family is.

Added to the site on September 26, 2001, revised August 15, 2007

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Teeksa Photography—Skip Schiel
9 Sacramento Street
Cambridge Massachusetts 02138-1843