Pandemic Portraits

Pandemic Portraits

The Stone Harbor Museum has a new project, a photographic documentation of those who were on and around the island during this difficult time of the COVID-19 Pandemic.  These photos will be part of a larger collections of images, and writings that will tell the story of these days of worry and isolation.

If you are interested in being part of this history project, please contact the Museum to schedule your photo session on your front porch.  There is no charge and you will be helping us out.  Creativity is encouraged and masks are requested although our generous photographer is happy to take one with and without them. All photos will be featured on here on our website and some will even make some appearances on our fabulous FaceBook Page!

We also would especially like to thank our photographer Craig Miller whose dedication to this project makes it all possible!

If you’re interested in getting your photo taken, please contact the museum at

If you are off island and still very much like to take part in this, please send us your porch portraits with your masks on and a sign the says, “Missing Stone Harbor!” We’ll publish these as well….and we miss you too!