Seven photographers ventured into Spenard at varying times of day and explored different micro-neighborhoods. Their only requirements were to document a “Day (or Night) in Spenard” and engage with the Spenardians they met. The photographers came from a range of different social circles and represented roughly two generations of Anchorage residents, that spanned the spectrum of being deeply connected to parts of the neighborhood to not knowing much about it. Of the seven photographers who participated, about half would identify as professional photographers.
Photographers were expected to return with no less than fifty images, of which, eight were culled by Oscar Avellaneda-Cruz for display on the walls of the Church of Love.