Alyson Belcher is a San Francisco based photographer who shoots with low-tech cameras, such as a Pinhole. Fascinated by the relationship between stillness and movement, she shoots in this medium to reveal hidden stories.
“My self-portraits combine pinhole photography with improvisational performance, and stem from the idea that everything we experience is stored somewhere in our bodies. Movement is one way to access and give visual form to what lies beneath the surface of the skin. The making of these photographs is an exploration of the nature of each movement and where it originates internally.”