As we have all spent a year being on monitors, engaging in all facets of our life we yearn to be in person. Isolation has been a big part of this last year and looking at ways to overcome this solitude. So much of the arts is this in-person interaction that makes that experience special. Theatre, photography, visual arts to name a few are so dependent on this human connection. Photography via a monitor during the pandemic helps us break through this isolation. Being naked in front of the monitor and camera helps express both isolation and freedom of expression. The connection between artist and subject though through a digital connection is still profound.