The Photography of Sarah Paz Hyde

A series from Peru.

Photography records the gamut of feelings written on the human face, the beauty of the earth and skies that man has inherited, and the wealth and confusion man has created. It is a major force in explaining man to man.

-Edward Steichen

momentitos peruanos

Memories. Simply stated, life is a series of these everyday, yet extraordinary moments. I believe that how we embrace them – upon reflection, during creation, and those yet to be experienced – truly affect the core of our being, as individuals, and as a collective.

These photographs capture the essence of each moment… recreating the sights, sounds, and textures of everything around.  Today, I gladly share an excerpt of this work, mis momentitos peruanos, with all who walk through the doors of the Pekoe Sip House.

Best wishes in photography and the all-encompassing adventure we call life.  Enjoy.  – Sarah Paz Hyde
A native of Carbondale, IL, award-winning photographer Sarah Paz Hyde’s artistic journeys have taken her across the globe and afforded opportunities to capture people, places and cultures far and wide. Her photos from The Philippines have been shown in galleries throughout the Midwest and published in several notable publications. In 2008, Hyde spent several months in Peru, working as a set photographer and assistant art director for the award-winning independent film company, Lofu Productions. Hyde is a Filipino-American freethinker, a fan of philosophy, and an avid reader, which gives her a complex, multi-cultural lens thorough which she views the world.

See more of her work at Portfolio.html


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