Marcus and Beer share this room at the Catholic Worker house in Denver, CO. The room is filled with books, remains of various dead animals, and musical instruments. On Tuesday nights Marcus gets together with friends to hand craft soap; in the right corner of the photo you can see some of the soap he has made. Illuminating this space is an open door, which leads you down a staircase and out to the garden.
As daylight fades and Christian turns on his bare bulb lamp, the wall to his left becomes the perfect setting for playful shadow puppets to dance about. Brooklyn, NY
This is Luis. He built a loft bed to make his tiny Brooklyn room feel a little more spacious. Unfortunately he forgot to build a ladder, so on days he is too tired to monkey on up to bed he pulls his mattress down to the floor. If you look closely you will find that most of the decorations in his room advocate social justice.
Eric's Brooklyn Loft, as he pointed out, is big enough to build a small boat in, but when he is home he spends most of his time in "Fort Wilson." This dome like structure is where he keeps his bed, a space heater, a disco ball ornament, and four lights of varying brightness and shapes. He built Fort Wilson by himself in hopes of protecting from the chills of NYC winters. In the summer he plans on transforming it into a cabana outside on the roof.
Matthew's room in Queens, NY is filled with little treasures. His ceiling sparkles with glow in the dark stars and on the other side of his bed there is a tabletop covered in sea glass, candles, a New Mexico license plate, and feathers.
The day before this photograph was taken Brynn asked me to wake her and her fiance Eddie up by taking photos of them sleeping. Although you can not see him, he is indeed in this photograph snuggled under the covers to the left of Brynn. Above their bed hangs a beautiful dream catcher and throughout the room there are pieces of art made by Brynn.
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