In On It is concerned with the time between childhood and adulthood and the search for identity that can often preoccupy this transitional moment. In this project I think about youth and its desire to be seen and acknowledged. I am interested in the specific adolescent yearnings for agency, belonging, love, and beauty––among other things––and the failure to satisfy these yearnings. The photographs included in this project also explore the charged dynamics between young women and the kind of active negotiation between sensuality, tension, and play that happens between young women in social spaces. The title, In On It, works in conjunction with the photographs to point to the significance of the inclusion / exclusion boundary of this world, a boundary that is a product of whiteness and privilege as well as the dynamics and patterns often present during adolescence.