This ongoing project addresses the collective, personal, and political rage of women (and those who identify as women and were born as such) in an attempt to normalize women’s emotions in the public realm. I have been feeling so much anger and sadness around our country’s state of affairs, the #MeToo movement, and current anti-abortion legislation. Seeing Brett Kavanaugh’s rage-filled face during testimony - in contrast with Christine Ford’s contained demeanor - and understanding that as a man his public expression of rage is acceptable - triggered me to act upon an idea. My idea was to photograph women in rage. After photographing myself, I proceeded to photograph several other women. This is an intimate collaborative process in which my subject-collaborator calls up events that bring her to a state of rage, as I hold space for her feelings. Sometimes this manifests as anger, as grief, or just a look. These women have come into their feelings through speaking, music, and dance.