As an indicator of a discriminatory stronghold embedded in America, her first series of photographs confronts the indecorous placement of racial, gender, and cultural superiority. These photographs are an introduction to the series, Character. Inundated with symbolism, she aims to have viewers decode the imagery as art historians did with the likes of Caravaggio and Da Vinci. The project is not initially critical, but rather speculative of personal identity and cultural upbringing. Fusing her interests in the world of art and politics, Lohn calls attention to the divide facing America by casting a spotlight on various individuals, portrayed through an admiration of aestheticism, not traditionally used for the referenced territories.