Jacey Vermeersch

Jacey Vermeersch

 

Jacey Vermeersch began photographing to preserve the memories she experienced with her loved ones and soon after explored self-portraiture later in her young adult years. When Jacey started her photography journey at a young age, she had already been immersed in a household of creatives, which contained a positive outlet to express herself, and was encouraged to pursue her passion. Later, Jacey was gifted a Minolta x700 film camera that her dad had used to capture the adolescence of his children; this included traditional portraiture during the holidays, working in the garden, and playing outdoors.

 

After revisiting numerous family albums and film montages at her grandma’s cottage, photography and film became an activity that her family could experience all together to reminisce. Jacey found that photography became more than capturing a moment in time but rather something that can be shared with generations to come. Growing up with inspiration from multi-generational perspectives from her grandpa and dad, re-experiencing those archival moments as a family, and first-hand experience in front of the camera allowed Jacey to form a natural bond with this medium in the most intimate way.






 

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