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Catholic Girl
by Andrea Modica
"My hope for every young photography student is that there comes a point when the need to do the work overrides the desire to do well in school… I liken this moment to a first kiss; you get only one chance, and with some luck it’s not squandered.” So begins Andrea Modica’s essay on her latest release, Catholic Girl. The moment this “need to do the work” came to her was in 1984, when she returned to her old high school to make pictures of the students. At the time Modica was studying for an MFA in photography from Yale, and up to then her passion for photography had been carried intellectually and artistically. But it was in this return to her old school that Modica became connected to what the medium would really be about: matters of the heart.

This month, member's also recieve a collectable inkjet print from Andrea.