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Growing up in a Franco-American family, I moved from the beaches of Northwestern France, to woody New England, to coastal California. With each stamp of my passport, I devoured the nuanced beauty of each place. Wishing to document these explorations, I enrolled at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, focusing on documentary photography.

Since graduating, my lens and I moved to Honduras to document non-profit development and civil disobedience after a military coup, to Burlington, Vermont, where we told stories through wedding photography. Currently, we reside with my bearded husband and toddler daughter in a Brooklyn neighborhood, where factory work is being reinvented constantly through small-batch whiskey distillers, craft picklers and other wildly revolutionary artisans. Always inspired by my surroundings, my recent work focuses on business owners and…

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  • Born on January 7
  • Joined January 27, 2012

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About

Growing up in a Franco-American family, I moved from the beaches of Northwestern France, to woody New England, to coastal California. With each stamp of my passport, I devoured the nuanced beauty of each place. Wishing to document these explorations, I enrolled at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, focusing on documentary photography.

Since graduating, my lens and I moved to Honduras to document non-profit development and civil disobedience after a military coup, to Burlington, Vermont, where we told stories through wedding photography. Currently, we reside with my bearded husband and toddler daughter in a Brooklyn neighborhood, where factory work is being reinvented constantly through small-batch whiskey distillers, craft picklers and other wildly revolutionary artisans. Always inspired by my surroundings, my recent work focuses on business owners and creators--from my hometown in Brittany, France to the industrial blocks of Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

At the heart of my work are the beautiful flaws that make our lives interesting--those are the stories I wish to capture no matter the subject.

See more of my work on www.juliegoldstone.com

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