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  • I am very happy to say that a rough cut of Farmer Veteran will showing at this year’s Full Frame Documentary Film Festival as part of the Southern Documentary Fund’s Fresh Docs series. 

    It will be the first time we are showing a full cut of the film and we will have a Q&A following the 80 minute screening. 

    Tickets are free, but you have to reserve one starting tomorrow, April 2, at 11 AM. Get one here.

    Thank you all for the support. 

  • If you extend the notion of a no-man’s-land to how images are being distributed, I do not privilege one form of distribution versus another. I will publish in magazines, I will do installations in museums in an art context, I will put billboards on the highways, and I will put pictures on the web. If I could pin pictures on your bedroom walls I would.

  • More Memphis with Dan McGee of the Spider Bags during the recording of Shake My Head

  • Dan McGee (Spider Bags), Memphis , TN

    Digging in the crates for a Music portfolio request… this was an amazing tour, culminating in the release of Shake My Head. We barely survived Memphis but that record is so good.

  • Thank you to the judges at American Photography for CHOOSING this image of the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team for AP31. Thrilled to be included in this year’s Archive and I can’t wait to see the other photographs that were picked.

  • Perry Kinard for AARP Bulletin

    “ Perry Kinard, a former NYC Transit worker, who was stabbed and shot during his 19 years on the job, was told in 2012 that he had been overpaid for over 20 years by New York City Employee Retirement System (NYCERS). To recoup the money, the struggling pension fund cut his $1,414/month payment to $5, until 2030 when the money will have been repaid. Kinard, now in his 70’s, is trying to sell his home and move into a place he can manage better on his lower income as he ages.”

  • Perry Kinard for AARP Bulletin

    "Perry Kinard, a former NYC Transit worker, who was stabbed and shot during his 19 years on the job, was told in 2012 that he had been overpaid for over 20 years by New York City Employee Retirement System (NYCERS). To recoup the money, the struggling pension fund cut his $1,414/month payment to $5, until 2030 when the money will have been repaid. Kinard, now in his 70’s, is trying to sell his home and move into a place he can manage better on his lower income as he ages."