ST resident’s photo book aims to capture change

A photo by Regina Walker of the Manhattan skyline reflected in a neighbor’s window

A photo by Regina Walker of the Manhattan skyline reflected in a neighbor’s window

By Sabina Mollot

Regina Walker, a Stuyvesant Town resident and psychotherapist, has released a book of photos called Through My Eyes. The book, which is done in the style of a photo journal, was published in May by Inner Child Press, and includes around 50 images, mostly cityscapes taken in New York City.

Some were taken in the author’s own neighborhood.

Walker, who’s always taken photos and has shown her work at spaces in New York (Ceres Gallery, Staten Island Museum) as well as Florida and California, said she had been approached by the publisher with the idea of doing a photo journal.

“It’s kind of like looking at someone’s diary, but something to see as well as to read,” she said.

Through My Eyes, in an online summary, has also been described as being about grief. While that, Walker acknowledged, “sounds depressing,” she stressed that it really is more about change, which, by definition, includes confronting the void of what was.

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