Brooklynn Kascel makes visual stories about family, relationship, and conflicts of expression and repression in midwestern culture. She is devoted to documenting those in proximity to herself, utilizing repetition as a bridge to familiarity - documenting the human condition as it relates to evolving social, economic and environmental concerns.
Brooklynn grew up in Marion, Iowa and graduated from the University of Iowa with BFA degrees in Journalism and Mass Communications and Sociology. Upon graduation, Brooklynn worked as an assistant for Danny Wilcox Frazier of VII Photo. Her work has been published with The New York Times, BURN Magazine, the Daily Iowan, the Associated Collegiate Press and exhibited by Open Show San Diego, Kolga Tbilisi Photo, Missouri Photo Workshop, Photo Workshop New York/Spazio Labo, Les Rencontres de la Photographie and The Midwest Center for Photography.
She continues to document intimate dialogues existing in the Upper Midwest and beyond.