Canton, GA, USA
After thirty years of making pictures and reporting for national newspapers and magazines, I'm now focused on producing documentary projects about those with developmental disabilities, as well many in our society who are marginalized, misunderstood or rejected.
My goal on any assignment is to tell a story with solid reporting and compelling pictures. A portrait should tell the reader more than just what the subject looks like. Words paint pictures, and pictures tell stories. They work together to bring the reader to the midst of the situation.
I specialize in editorial storytelling, documentary, reportage, corporate portraiture and multimedia production.
Small-town America is a cherished destination, with real people and a story to share. My work is syndicated by ZUMA Press to thousands of news venues worldwide.
2019 - Atlanta Legal Aid Grant for Photojournalism, 2019 - Yunghi Kim Grant for Photojournalism
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Erika's Long Road Back
Erika Jones was 32 when doctors discovered a large tumor in her brain. Surgery to remove it left Erika with significant challenges. She's no longer able to speak or walk. Her elderly mother Joyce insisted on caring for Erika for as long as it takes her to recover, which may be decades.