MICHELE ASSELIN is a photographer exploring the impact of social constructs on human experience. She draws on editorial techniques to examine how people and places come to reflect the systems of which they are a part. Her work has been featured in the New York Times Magazine , The New Yorker , Time Magazine , Esquire , and New York Magazine. Asselin has been an artist-in-residence for the National Domestic Workers Alliance and has collaborated on projects with social organizations, Street to Home in New York City and The Institute For Facial Paralysis in Los Angeles. In 2017 Asselin’s work was included in the Orange County Museum of Art Pacific Triennial: Building as Ever and in 2019, featured in a solo show at There-There Gallery. Since, she has completed public art commissions in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and The City of Inglewood. Her first book, Clubhouse Turn , published by Angel City Press, was released in February 2020. Asselin lives and works in Los Angeles.