Since 2012, Becky Field has been photographing the diversity – as well as similarities – of daily life among families of foreign-born residents of New Hampshire.

The photographs show both the differences that immigrants bring from various countries, cultures and belief traditions, as well as the common dreams of all people – supporting families, raising children, practicing spiritual beliefs, being part of a community, and celebrating traditions both old and new.

Immigrants add vitality, strength and diversity to our communities. These photos recognize and honor the contributions of new Americans in our state by being shown at exhibits and included in public discussions on refugee issues.

Becky holds a Certificate in Photography from the NH Institute of Art, and has studied photography at workshops in Maine, New York, Massachusetts, and India.

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