As a child of divorced parents, rarely did I ever identify with my parents being one solid entity. Rather, the junctures between the two varied immensely enough that the lives I built around each one of them metamorphosed into something dramatically different and almost unrecognizable from that longed-for time before. Ironically, what they share is that neither of them like to be photographed.
However, "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts." While I can't change my history, I can instead tap into the visual narrative of their divergencies, woven together by the framework of their parenthood.