n. A weblog.; intr.v., blogged, blogÂ·ging, blogs. To write entries in, add material to, or maintain a weblog.; [(WE)BLOG.]; blogÂ·ger n.
BlogLife is an ongoing photographic examination of modern day online identities. I began by collecting and eventually contacting bloggers with a range of ages, topics and type of blog services and styles. I chose to photograph the subjects in their typical blogging spot with natural light. The resulting body of work, thus far, contains five color photographs and an accompanying form. I plan to continue this project with more topics.
Usernames, profiles, passwords, personal sites, blogs and instant messaging have become a part of daily life around the world. Ones choice is often a reflection of their identity; from favorite quotations, movies, songs to memories from long ago.
Nicole Duennebier: pennylope.livejournal.com
Kevin Bouchard [blog closed]: midtwentiescynic.blogspot.com
Susan Senator: susansenator.com/blog
Ned Batchelder: nedbatchelder.com/blog
Danielle Askini: sj936.livejournal.com