Posts Tagged ‘Morrigan McCarthy’

Restless Collective: Wanderlust Strikes

© Alan Winslow

We continue to follow Morrigan McCarthy and Alan Winslow of Restless Collective on their three-year journey around the world to document the lives of Millennials. Restless Collective is a photography and multimedia collective formed by Alan Winslow and Morrigan McCarthy in 2010 as an umbrella for joint projects. Right now, their main project is titled The [...]

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Restless Collective: Documenting a Specific Time and Generation

© Morrigan McCarthy

With this post we pick back up with Morrigan McCarthy and Alan Winslow of Restless Collective on their three year journey around the world to document the lives of Millennials. Restless Collective is a photography and multimedia collective formed by Alan Winslow and Morrigan McCarthy in 2010 as an umbrella for joint projects. Right now, [...]

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Restless Collective: Back To The U.S.A.

© Alan Winslow

With this post we pick back up with Morrigan McCarthy and Alan Winslow of Restless Collective on their three year journey around the world to document the lives of Millennials. Restless Collective is a photography and multimedia collective formed by Alan Winslow and Morrigan McCarthy in 2010 as an umbrella for joint projects. Right now, [...]

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Restless Collective: England, Wales And Ireland

UK © Alan Winslow

The journey continues for Restless Collective, a photography and multimedia collective formed by Alan Winslow and Morrigan McCarthy in 2010 as an umbrella for joint projects. Right now, their main project is titled The Geography of Youth. The goal of this project is to promote global connections and understanding within the next generation by documenting through [...]

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Restless Collective: The Geography of Youth

France © Morrigan McCarthy

Restless Collective is a photography and multimedia collective formed by Alan Winslow and Morrigan McCarthy in 2010 as an umbrella for joint projects. Right now, their main project is titled The Geography of Youth. The goal of this project is to promote global connections and understanding within the next generation by documenting through photography what life [...]

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