I'm a dreamer. I believe the power of photographs can change America, and I have proof it's possible. We live in a time where we label people liberal or conservative, 1% or 99%er. What are we really? Do we even know? Is the Facebook picture our best side forward and not even true? Perhaps we're... Continue Reading →
At a time when Harvey Weinstein is facing accusations of sexual misconduct and the #MeToo hashtag campaign is drawing attention to the need to combat harassment and the severity of the problem, Chicago has its own reminder right on the street.
I contacted Martin Parr about the Roy Stryker photo project, and wrote that we would be honored to have him participate as a contributor. Martin Parr is a wonderful British documentary photographer and photojournalist who shoots sometimes in the states, including a book titled, Up and Down Peachtree: Photos of Atlanta. Here are all his... Continue Reading →