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Christopher Churchill , b. Mar 7, 1977

Two Hudderite Girls, Gildford, MT

24 in. x 20 in. (60.96 cm x 50.8 cm)

Medium and Support: Gelatin silver print
Credit Line: Museum purchase
Accession Number: 2010.67


In 2004, Boston-based documentary photographer Christopher Churchill began a project that explored and documented different perspectives of faith in America. For the five-year project, he traveled throughout the United States without any specific route, allowing chance encounters and unrelated events to guide him. Each portrait reveals the subject’s belief in and dedication to something whether it be religion, the military, nature, or extraterrestrial life. The artist wrote, “I had assumed that in order to have faith in your life you must be religious. However, when I would ask individuals I encountered through my travels what they placed their faith in, their responses would be something much more universal and simple than religion.” Including a wide range of imagery from portraits to landscapes, Churchill’s series suggests that notions of faith within this country are as diverse and numerous as the many people who live in it.

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