“Reunion” – How College Students Aged Over 16 Years
“Reunion” is a fascinating photo series which shows how college students aged over 16 years. This is what happens when one of your former classmates turns into a photographer! Great experiences and works of art start popping up!
Josephine Sittenfeld is the talented photographer behind the “Reunion” photo series which shows her former college buddies and their evolution over a 16-year period. This photo series first started back when Josephine Sittenfeld was a junior at Princeton University.
She used a medium-format film in order to capture portraits of her friends and other college students on campus. For a period of almost 15 years, all these photos were laying around in her parents attic. Before the 15-year reunion, Josephine started digging up these old and precious memories and decided to bring them to college for all of her former classmates to admire.
As if this wasn’t enough, the talented photographer got the inspiration to create the “Reunion” photo series and to ask all of her friends to recreated the photos they took back in 2000.
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She began tracking down her long-lost classmates at the reunion and asked them to pose in the same place and same position as they did over 16 years ago. Josephine’s work shows exactly how 16 years can change a person’s look and also character.
By the way, this is Ellie Kemper from The Office.
What about you? Do you have old college photos? Do you think you would be able to pull out a reunion series with your former college classmates and buddies?