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Photographing Sherrill Roland at LACE

I recently had the honor of photographing artist Sherrill Roland at LACE in Hollywood. Read about this man’s amazing work in challenging us to consider what “incarceration” and “race” means to us in American society. This is performance taken to new levels… http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sherill-roland-the-jumpsuit-project_us_591b2dd0e4b07d5f6ba69ea6    

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LatinX at Harvard Law School

I am honored to be the featured artist at the upcoming Harvard LatinX Law Conference LatinX Advocacy IN/DIFFERENT Spaces.  My presentation is going to focus on the nexus between my visual art and public administration inside the Los Angeles criminal justice system.

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Portraits of Purpose at Women’s Jail

For the first time in more than a decade, all categories of crime rose across Los Angeles in 2015. This marks the second year in a row that violent crime has increased following years of steep decline. Compounding our crime problem is America’s “revolving door”, with seven out of every[…]

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