© Nancy Borowick
Nancy Borowick: My answer to this has certainly changed over time and will continue to change. I think right now, the most important photograph I’ve taken is one I took of my parents last year. They are in their bedroom, shirtless, hugging. They loved each other so much, and this image just means the world to me. They were very exposed in front of me, trusting me, and allowing me to tell the story of their lives, as they were dying. I look at that image and I remember their strength, together and alone, and their love for one another, and our family. They have both since passed away, and that image brings me comfort.