Haylee Massaro is a teacher living and working in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She enjoys both photography and the written word. Her photography can be seen in 'Ink in Thirds' magazine, '805 Lit & Art Journal', Gravel Magazine and the 'Virtual Artists Collective'. Her written work has appeared in 'Better than Starbucks: Poetry Magazine', 'Five 2 One Magazine', and in 'The Opiate' magazine.
“Photographs can provide a fragment of a larger story about a place, a time or a person. Even as a child, I was drawn to photography, carefully studying and admiring my grandmother's black and white photographs. Once elusive, photography is now something that so many have access to create, from Instagram feeds to Facebook posts.
“Many of my photographs aim to examine the inanimate or the often overlooked, containing fragments both of what is and what once was. The subject matter is often random and captured in the everyday.”