This series weaves together film clips, photographs, and oral history narratives to reveal how memories and stories of the Shoah affect multiple generations of one family.
On a roots trip to Poland, the son of Holocaust survivors telephones his aunt-the only relative still alive to pinpoint locations and share memories. Later on, the two pour over the pictures from the journey while the nonagenarian fulfills the Jewish commandment, L'haggid. "And you should tell your children."
Click each image to enlarge. Additional work from this on-going project will be posted in the coming months.