WOMAN 2020
It has been a crazy year for women. Historically, though, we know every year is crazy for women. If ever things are going to change, now seems like the moment. WOMAN 2020 is a snapshot of women during this time of upheaval. We are building careers, raising children, living our lives, and trying to impact the world in positive ways, and I believe all women have much to say. 

Images tell a story, but words matter just as much. I put together a list of questions to go with the session photographs I capture. Questions are based on what I would have asked women 50 years ago, or 100, but they are especially relevant now. In addition, I want to know how women at-large feel at this moment. My goal is to collect 1,000 complete surveys from around the country to be displayed with the photographs of the women I photograph in person.

I appreciate your honesty, frankness and a few lines to explain why you feel the way you do. Please note, I will be capturing your email address address below but only your first name and survey responses will be displayed.

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1. What is your first name, occupation, and role (or roles) you most identify with? 
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2. What year were you born? *
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3. What is the most positive thing about being a woman in 2018?
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4. What is the hardest thing about being a woman in 2018?
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5. When did you first notice that society treated men and women (or boys and girls) differently?
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6. How do you maintain your resiliency in these times? 
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7. Why do you think past movements haven't moved the needle for women? Or have they? 
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8. Do you think the current movement will be the one to change things for future generations? Why?
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9. ​​​​​​​What needs to happen for us to move forward?
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10. What can women do to make it better for other women? 
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11. What can men do to make it better for women? 
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12. What are some of the influences (people, art, books, songs, movies) you loved growing up that made you realize your power?
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13. What am I missing -- what should I be asking?
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