"Your pictures rob her of dignity," someone white says, because to them there is no dignity in aging, and especially not in dying. To me, dignity is nearly all Maurie Jo has left.
'The work is intended to be an alarm rung to wake us up to the emergency we face.'
I figured that if I ate one after every half hour, they would last me the film's entire two-hour duration. Quick maths.
If the ball needs to be kicked out, it’s whacked.
I wanted to find out about Alhassan the photographer, but that meant reckoning with Alhassan the football star.
Gregg Segal tells us what it was like to take these absolutely bananas photos.
There isn’t a punchline, it’s simply what happened.
Carefree, but aware of your best angles.