Sahar Coston-Hardy is a fine art and landscape architecture photographer focused on the social structure of race and cultural identity. Integrating portraiture, urban design, and street photography, her work investigates the relationship between place, power, and personhood. A graduate of Tyler School of Art, she is currently working on a collaborative project, documenting historically significant structures and spaces by examining the landscape of resilience and struggle. Sahar is a continuing contributor to Landscape Architecture Magazine, with work published in The Architect's Newspaper and TOPOS Magazine. After eight years as the staff photographer for OLIN, Sahar opened her practice in 2016.