The Three of Us is a year-long photographic project that documents my relationship with my siblings, Estelle (28) and Sam (22). It was realized when my family decided to live together on the Oregon Coast throughout the Covid-19 lockdown. Though we have always been a close family, this past year, my siblings and I became a unit. We simultaneously retreated into our childlike antics while merging into a new phase of adulthood. We sought as much respite in the beach caves and old growth forest that we grew up exploring, as we did in the kitchen and in each others bedrooms late at night. I am the last one to move out of my family’s home and I feel the ache of leaving to settle in a city that is 3,000 miles away from Estelle and Sam. But, the pain of leaving home is a comforting kind of pain because it means we are tethered, always.