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3 o’clock in the afternoon

Sale price$ 600


Archival ink on museum-quality cotton rag paper | 2020

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, photographer Jaimie Milner turned her camera lens toward couples she admires, visiting them outside of their homes to photograph them through their windows. Feeling alone and disconnected as a single woman in isolation, Milner sought to regain a sense of hope and joy by exploring the connections of these couples. Through capturing the purity and sincerity of their love, Milner hopes to convey that despite all of the loss and sadness in our world, love prevails.


17 x 24 inches

30 x 42 inches


17 x 24 inches:

Matted: 31.5 x 24.5 x 1.25 inches
Full Bleed: 18.5 x 25.5 x 1.25 inches

30 x 42 inches:

Matted: 35 x 47 x 2 inches
Full Bleed: 32 x 44 x 2 inches


The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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“I think the heart of who we are hasn’t fully been expressed. I’m not even sure if we’ve had time to express our hearts.”
-Jaimie Milner
Jaimie Milner

About the Artist

Jaimie Milner

Los Angeles photographer Jaimie Milner's Gifted Project brings contemporary black life into focus by photographing men unguarded in moments of their life and celebrating both their genius and their vulnerability. Shot entirely through windows, her 2020 series focuses on connecting in isolation during Covid-19. Milner's work has been featured in the Architectural DigestNew York Magazine, The LA Times, and Coveteur among others.

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Current Exhibition

Close Crush

Cheryl Humphreys & Mike McMullen
June 7 - September 3

8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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3 o’clock in the afternoon Sale price$ 600
Jaimie Milner


“I’ve always been drawn to black and white photography throughout my life. Jaimie Milner’s images are no different in that way. I find they have a unique ability to capture an engaging contemporary story. The way she crops the image does nothing but invite you in.”

Artwork: John Outterbridge