Tara Lynn Connelly is a designer and photographer whose work investigates the intersection of nature and humankind. After years of living New York City and pining for the woods of New England, she recently moved to New Haven, CT and has been documenting her surroundings with 35mm film photography. While she has utilized this medium for over a decade, her recent work has shifted towards confronting her dysmorphia through self portraits inspired by Edward Weston’s translation of the human form into a landscape. Juxtapositions of two types of natural forms in nuanced harmony scrutinize both their similarities and differences.