Henry Hutchinson sits in his living room while holding letters written to him by Tami Mann. Mann, who lived across the street from Hutchinson in a small trailer with her boyfriend, Jasper Irwin, and their four children. Hutchinson and Mann maintained a romantic relationship and continue to write letters back and forth while Mann is in prison serving time for murdering her 2.5-year-old daughter.
Mary Chamberland poses for a portrait in the woods by her Hanover, NH apartment. Mary is the biological mother of a six-year-old girl who has been through more than a dozen homes since DCF removed her from Mary four years ago. Last Sept. Mary agreed to give up her rights to the child, thinking she would be adopted by a Florida family who adopted her older daughter 12 yrs ago. But the little girl continues to move around foster homes.
Bernadette Coughlin sits in her living for a portrait nearly one month after she fell and broke her wrist while at work. After the fall, Bernadette was required to take a drug test and her occasional recreational marijuana use led to a positive result. She then lost her job.
Superintendent-in-Chief William G. Gross walks through the neighborhood of Roxbury while on his last peace walk before he his sworn in as Boston’s 42nd police commissioner Monday.
Asha Janay pose, left, and Tusneem Abuhasan pose for a portrait in the Isabelle Gardner Museum. Both women were children during 9/11 and are now adults living in the most anti-Muslim times since 9/11.
Former Massachusetts First Lady Jan Cellucci stands for a a portrait across the street from Hudson Town Hall. Cellucci is now active in the ALS research field, helping to combat the disease that killed her husband, Governor Paul Cellucci of Hudson.
John Peterson poses with a watermelon he just chopped in half in Clarendon, Pa.
Jessie Fire poses for a portrait in her apartment's gym. Jessie has hydrocephalus and has neurological issues, yet a home fitness training company managed to get her to spend $5000 for six months of training, completely taking advantage of her.
Bud Horne, 92, looks for his Letter to the Editor in The Chautauquan Daily in his home on Saturday, July 29, 2017. Horne wrote a list of “Unofficial Rules “for the Old First Night Race for his fellow runners to read before the big day.
Dagmar Rivera pauses while packing up her belongings in a hotel room that she's been occupying for the past several months. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is officially ending its Temporary Sheltering Assistance Program for Puerto Rico, a program that has paid for hotel rooms for thousands of evacuees for nearly a year after Hurricane Maria devastated the island. As of now, Dagmar needs to be out of the hotel by July 15th, but has nowhere to go.
Ross Chehayeb poses for a portrait while taking his daughters out for an evening stroll. Ross is is part of a trend of new fathers who have been investing much of their time into researching and buying high-tech baby gear.
Angel Rodriguez poses for a portrait at the Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua, New York.
Ali Warren, a 20-year-old volunteer firefighter for the Alpha Fire Company, watches out the window of the fire engine as they arrive back to the station on South Atherton Street in State College, Pa. Warren, a State College local and self-published writer, has been volunteering for the company since she was 16.
Lorre Mitchell stands for a portrait by the crosswalk where she was hit a as she crossed the street to take the bus to school.