This series of images is from my many visits to Peacemakers International (PMI). A neutral christian church and community outreach program in the city Detroit, Michigan.Read More
Peacemakers International - portraits
The City of Detroit’s slide into bankruptcy did not occur overnight. A decline of over fifty years. Detroit took decades to come to grips with all it's problems.
The photographs in this series are people recovering from their own emotional bankruptcy. They have turned the corner and now carry with them a personal triumph over a lost life.Read More
At the height of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars (2006,2007,2008) I photographed at many funerals and memorials for American soldiers killed while serving in the middle east . . . The people in attendance included members of the families and the patriotic community.Read More
The people of the American Midwest, regardless of locale, are fueled by a shared history, patriotism, a sense of community, and politically motivated. Middle America drives our economy, elects our politicians, and fight in our wars.Read More
Middle America (Part1 & Part2) is an on going project. My interest in the "American Experience" (as practiced by the Middle Americans) resurfaced back circa 2004.Read More