During these extraordinary times, everyday people are donning an abundance of Personal protective equipment. I feel like we are all wearing some kind of armor. I began thinking of the medieval Knights who virtually lived in their armor so they could get accustomed to its weight. Many of our Frontline workers, doctors, and nurses are living in their protection now. When I reached out to the Seattle Knights for portrait volunteers, I envision stout gentleman-soldiers. To my shock, primarily women answered my request. Although it was rare for a woman to carry the title of knight, there are plenty of fierce women who fought as knights. I used my painterly eye to produce Rembrandt-style photographs. I wanted to capture the beauty forged amongst the battered leather, chainmail, and steel armor in these worriers. Photography backdrops are individually hand painted by George Cavallo. Each painted photo backdrop is truly a work of art.