NOW IS ALWAYS began during the Great Depression when my father took some photos near his father’s drugstore in Philadelphia. Nearly 90 years later, I was given the negatives and working from my father’s original negatives, I’ve combined the people from his neighborhood with my own images. My images are often about public spaces where you can kind of feel the energy of the people who built them, or passed through them. In NOW IS ALWAYS, my father’s people fill those spaces. NOW IS ALWAYS is our collaboration across time.