A Year of Forgotten
by Tiffany L. Hixon
About the Book
What does 365 days look like on film?
Find out by following one woman and her camera on a life-changing journey into the world of the forgotten.
All taken from March 2011 up through March 2012, this collection of photographs captures the unheard stories and dusty days of the past. By unveiling what time has hidden, these places and "left-behinds" are now able to finally tell their tales... each one as unique and different as the people who use to be a part of them.
Welcome to A Year of Forgotten...
Facts about the artist: I practice my craft under the banner of Captured Curiosities Photography. I collect masks. I was a finalist in the Photography Forum (sponsored by Nikon) International College Photography Contest 2012. I drink coffee. Often. Outside of my photography, I enjoy drawing with conté and figure sculpting. I was on TV recently. For 15 minutes. I've played music since I was 11. It plays a huge part in my art. I also write. And I make the best French toast on this side of the Ohio River. I'm just me.