My name is Sheryl Harari and I’ve always been interested in people and their stories.
As a kid, I spent days absorbed in my parents and grandparents old photo albums, trying to imagine their lives. As a college student and traveling abroad, I was drawn to experiences that allowed me to delve into personal histories. One of my favorite classes was Sociology of Aging, a course that grounded this interest and gave it new meaning. This passion only grew as I discovered photography and I found that I could capture the seasoned faces and hands of my family and friends in film, as well as with words.
I’m very comfortable with people from all backgrounds. As an objective and patient listener, I’ve found that people open up with me in a way that might not happen with a family member. As a photographer, I engage and capture personality in a natural way. As a writer, I strive to help you know your family member better and in return, give them a gift of hope, commitment to life, and gratitude.