Philadelphia photographer Hannah Price is documenting what it’s like to be sexually harassed on the streets. In her series titled “City of Brotherly Love,” Price captures candid moments before and after male strangers make a glance or exchange words of a sexual nature.
Price, an African-Mexican-American, moved from Fort Collins, Colorado and after attending college at Rochester Institute of Technology moved to Philadelphia for three years to pursue her creative career in photography.
The series captures an inappropriate exchange between herself and the subject. Her goal is for the photographs to be aesthetically pleasing while serving as a window for these uncomfortable moments in her life that would otherwise not be addressed – calling out the cat callers.