Connecticut-based photographer Sandi Haber Fifield photographed family-owned farms across the United States from 2009 to 2010. Her lyrical images use the agricultural landscape to create a complex vocabulary of visual associations that speak equally about the humanity of these places, and about self-discovery within the process of image-making. Haber-Fifield received her M.F.A. from Rochester Institute of Technology. She has widely exhibited her photographs in galleries throughout the United States and been included in exhibitions at museums such as The Art Institute of Chicago; the Museum of Modern Art; the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago; and the Saint Louis Art Museum, among others. Her work is held in many private and public collections, including The Brooklyn Museum, The George Eastman House, The High Museum, The Library of Congress, The Los Angeles County Museum, The Museum of Modern Art and The New Britain Museum.