I have photographed a group of girls, between the ages of ten and twenty, who are involved in a secret society known as Job’s Daughters. The girls are the direct blood relatives of Master Masons and the group is the only Masonic Youth organization to require this blood relationship.
Alison Malone is a photographer based in New York City. Her work examines the nuanced relationship between people and how they exist in the world. She is constantly exploring new ways to observe the significance of the everyday occurrences in people, places and objects that surround them while searching for the subtle threads that connect us all. In 2008, she earned her Masters in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York. She received her bachelors in photography from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design in Minnesota in 2002.