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In the modern world, many are finding themselves isolated or detached from society in one form or another. Humanity is more alone and withdrawn now then ever before. As a visual artist I wanted to explore this photographically. These are the images of isolation. The sitters for this project were struggling models, actors and artists. Many came to New York to seek fame and fortune, only to find themselves working two jobs and living barely above the poverty level. I present them within the parameters of themselves and their personal living spaces.