Maya Sugarman is a graduating senior at Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco. This is a photographic book of her accumulated work from her last two years of photography at Lick. The book represents the changes she has gone through at Lick—in photography and her perception of the world. It centers around the question, “where are we going?” questioning the future of our world, and the future realities that we will face as a result of our past and our present choices.
Maya Sugarman is a third-year fine art student at UCLA. She also is the photo editor for UCLA's Daily Bruin. Originally from Oakland and attending a high school in San Francisco, her work focuses on the urban landscape and the psychology of the city.