Photographer Josephine Sittenfeld has worked on a variety of themes ranging from scenes at a summer camp to moments of tranquility in war-torn Syria. Her pictures have been featured in such prominent publications as The New York Times, People, and Newsweek. For her latest project, entitled “reunion,” which marks the 15th anniversary of her graduation from Princeton, Sittenfeld recently took pictures of several classmates so that she could provide a side-by-side comparison with portraits she had taken of them back in 2000 when they were college juniors. Here’s to aging gracefully!
The story starts in 2000 when Sittenfeld, a junior at Princeton University majoring in photography, decided to snap portraits of several classmates using medium-format film, which she then displayed as part of a photo exhibition.