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This New Photo Book Shows Westchester’s Families at Home During the Pandemic

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Camille Banks Lee and family of New Rochelle
Photo by Doug Schneider

Across our county, photographers have been inspired by the many families quarantining indoors over the last several months. In the process, they have created some captivating projects that shine a light on the day-to-day life of Westchesterites contending with the coronavirus pandemic.

Doug Schneider is one such photographer, whose book Families for Humanity features portraits of individuals from throughout the county, while Julie Mak and Ingrid Ramos’ Lake Katonah Front Porch Project cast a similar eye on the central Westchester hamlet. Additionally, photographer Silvana DeFrancis shot her own local families, all of which amount to a compelling portrait of pandemic living.

The Korn Family of Croton-on-Hudson, by Doug Schneider

Ossining’s O’Shaughnessy-Lopez Family, by Doug Schneider

The Dugan family of Scarsdale, by Silvana DeFrancis

Dobbs Ferry’s Hansberry family, by Doug Schneider

Cornelius Graubner and Lucian Leung-Graubner of Katonah, by Julie Mak and Ingrid Ramos.

The Saltos Family of Dobbs Ferry, by Doug Schneider

Crestwood’s DiMicelli family, by Silvana DeFrancis

Kevin and Shari LeFauve of Katonah, by Julie Mak and Ingrid Ramos.