An Autobiography of Miss Wish is a story told in photographs, drawings, videos, texts and documents which explores the life of a survivor of sex trafficking and child pornography whom photographer Nina Berman met randomly on the streets in London in 1990. Three years later, she landed on her doorstep in New York City, having fled London on the advice of Scotland Yard. Once in the United States, she changed her name from Cathy Wish to Kim Stevens, became a ward of New York State, and never returned to England. The work, created from 1990 – 2016, documents her escape, […]
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