With my camera I’ve begun to show how the method of acting in prison can be a useful tool to changing the way the criminal mind works. I started this project six years ago when I was working as the photographer for a video documentary group. In Europe prison theatre is considered to be a highly motivotional theraputic method of working with violent incarcerated offenders. It has produced positive results for educating prisoners to become functioning members of mainstream society by teaching them how to read, how to work collaboratively, and how to be responsible for each other, as well as themselves.
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