For the past 8 months, I’ve been traveling around the country to photograph survivors of gun violence and the family/friends of victims. By shining a respectful and genuine light on diverse stories of grief, trauma, and loss – and showing how the epidemic extends far beyond communities in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles – I hope to allow viewers to see themselves and their families in the hardships of others.
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