Sarah Daniel is a photographer with a flare for traditional color and Hasselblad. The medium format camera, not the Ikea nightstand. Nicknamed “Parch” after a fortuitous text message, this southern gal with no accent now resides in “up and coming” Bushwick, Brooklyn and is not ashamed. In fact, she is gall darn proud. Parch’s newer work focuses on her interest in garbology: whether an area’s trash perpetuates or breaks stereotypes on the socioeconomic and ethnic makeup of that area. Essentially, what does your garbage say about you? An awkwardly charming and kindly soul, Parch once saved a wheezy pidge from untimely death. Finding the pidge freezing and immobile on her front step, she revitalized the poor creature with a gas heater and warmth from her own bosom. The pidge flew away happily the next morning, and Parch is 17% confident she didn’t contract the bird virus. In her heartfelt pursuit of get-rich-quick schemes, her recent ideas include beach chair bags and bedazzled pepper spray cans for fashion conscious Brooklyn ladies. Don’t steal these ideas or Parch will kick your face off.