Framebridge 2020

We’ve all experienced the hardships of 2020 in different ways, but despite the absence of big weddings and far flung travels, you’ve found moments of joy. Your stories have reflected the changing world around us. In an unforgettable time, you’ve created moments worth remembering—more than ever you’ve shown that you really can Framebridge just about anything.

We’ve all experienced the hardships of 2020 in different ways, but despite the absence of big weddings and far flung travels, you’ve found moments of joy. Your stories have reflected the changing world around us. In an unforgettable time, you’ve created moments worth remembering—more than ever you’ve shown that you really can Framebridge just about anything.

FaceTime Portraits

featured in Indigo Walnut Gallery

Bright Future

Driveway Marathon

New Doctor in the House

A Trip Around the World

featured in Rosemont

Pride 2020

“Pride is not something we do just during a parade or festival, a weekend, or a month. Pride is how you live out your life every day. Pride means to not only live out your authentic self, but to help make it possible for everyone else to do so as well.”

“We all sprung into action. We built a website in 24 hours and started asking people around the country if they could volunteer and collect PPE in their cities.”

The Viral Art Project

Jonathan Cohen’s Flower Shop

Photographer Spotlight: Jason Jackson

Ima Mfon, photographer, self portrait

“Art can help elevate the image of the black man, but it is not enough for me or you to project positivity onto the collective idea of the black male. The real challenge lies in getting white people to connect that narrative back to the black people with whom they interact in real life.”

Ima Mfon, Photographer

Interview: Photographer Devin Allen

Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C.

To Our Community

100cameras x Framebridge

Amplifying the Voices of Young Photographers

Voices from Haiti

Painting on canvas of Ruth Bader Ginsburg from the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. 2020

Most Framebridged Person of 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

We Should All Care by Justin Teodoro

Morgan Elvington Walker

original collage in Beverly | @bymelving

Windy O’Connor

print in Beverly | @windyoconnorofficial

Victoria Bradley Studio

illustration in Richmond | @victoriabradleystudio

Ashley Johnson

@hiaj

The Sky’s the Limit

Marcelo Bengoechea Landscapes

@fernando_bengoechea_photo

The Great American Summer Roadtrip

motorcycle on highway in the american west

Speeding to “Someday”

featured in Black Walnut Gallery

@littlehimel

Evelyn at Rehobeth Beach

@littlehimel

Hang With Me: Natasha Nyanin

How to Choose Art for a Shared Family Space

Suzanne Koett

“Who we are before all of this, who are we during, and who are we after? I thought, ‘I should capture the people I know during this historical moment.’”

Suzanne Koett

Plant Portraits with James Jackson

How to Hang a Gallery Wall Without Measuring

The Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies with Honeysuckle

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