Category: documentary work
The work of KayLynn Deveny – quiet, respectful, and a message in a bottle. (thanks for the pointer Angela!)
I have just posted a new folio of photographs from Haiti – this is an ongoing body of work, which for now is very much in progress. The folio contains several threads of ideas which will ultimately take on a documentary form.
Photographer, writer, Preston Merchant visited his alma mater, Sewanee, last week and posted these images on his blog. Thanks Preston!
I have just created a new wiki and resource area for documentary photo work based on communities and small cultures. The site is at the earliest stages of development, and is itself designed to be a community effort. Please take a look. I hope to spend most of next year working on this.
metal worker’s daughter, Gujarat, India. 1995 (from series, ‘Prayer and Despair’ platinum-palladium print, 8×10 in Thinking about child labor and the plight of the majority of families, while I wait for our second child to be born. This photograph was part of a set of portraits of a metal working family. The young girl here […]
ritual drum, India. 1995. (from series “Prayer and Despair”) platinum-palladium print, 8×10 in Two students and art majors from Sewanee are working on extremely challenging projects in Haiti and Peru. Jack and Lexi, know that many of us are following your work, and that it is enough that you are there. Being a documentarian is, […]