We decided our arts-driven and artist-led work could continue, but in the form of a socially distant mini-documentary project featuring porch and window portraits of Glass Farm residents. We hired a local photographer, Reed Schick, who started a window portrait project in his own neighborhood as a way to challenge and engage himself creatively with a meaningful project during the shutdown. In Glass Farm, families and individuals signed up for one of two free evening sessions with Schick and videographer Davy Granberry. Through the process of posing for portraits, conversations and common concerns emerged and were also captured. Now, in collaboration with the participating residents and a creative team of socially engaged artists, graphic and sound designers, videographer, and Glass House Collective Creative Strategist and poet Erika Roberts, two new films titled Through Glass will be created featuring Glass Farm residents’ stories and voices during this unprecedented season.