The photographic work of Meghan Faulkner is an ongoing study in life, light, and the ephemeral. Meghan describes her work:
A crystallization of the fleeting moments in which we are connected through the poetry of everyday life, in all of its light and darkness, both the blue sky and rain. It’s not so much about the beautiful moments than it is the ones in between; the here and there, all that we aren’t waiting on to happen. A bowl, a piece of bread, a particular drape in the fabric, a strand of grapes hanging vaingloriously from the table: these, along with the use of all natural light They’re what one might consider in any other setting “mundane,” but carved out of both the literal and metaphorical darkness, they take on a new, deeper sense of purpose as they go on to reveal light amidst the shadows, life in death, and the beautiful in what’s not.