Having not had the opportunity to shoot images of her family before the Covid-19 pandemic, especially intimate times. For this series Zoe wanted to take the time to shoot common and uncommon interactions amongst her family in order to dive deeper into her Cuban heritage. Zoe wanted to dive into intimate everyday interactions and document her family quarantine that are both common and uncommon occurrences. Zoe joins her brother and father to sit on the back patio daily and chat about life as they smoke cigars that is a tradition and a common activity to do for all the men in the Antona family. In light of the quarantine placed on the nation Zoe also had the chance to shoot some rare interactions between her parents on camera as well, her mother giving her dad a haircut. Capturing images that depict her mother and fathers relationship in an intimate way while also seeing the parallels of her own common interactions with her mother. Being aware of the cultural significance of hair in culture from her fathers haircut to her mother treating her head with medicine. Hair, like smoking cigars, is another source of bonding and culture.