“So often, the focus of discussion is about bodies and what is underneath our clothes,” he explains further on his Indiegogo fundraiser, “instead of who we are and what we have to offer the world.”
His striking series of black-and-white portraits draw on environment, props, and body language to express each subject’s personality and accomplishments. In one photo, comedian Julia laughs next to a microphone; in another, high school student and musician Jesse holds a guitar and a contemplative expression; in yet another, activist Jennifer peers confidently over pews, in reference to her headline-grabbing request that a homophobic church live up to its sign that read “Jesus would stone homos.”
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