Redux Pictures just sent me a tearsheet from a story that appeared in Gioia Magazine last year. From what I can tell, Gioia appears to be a higher-end women’s publication a la Marie Claire or Vogue, and like Marie Claire, they sneak some real journalism into each issue through feature stories and photo essays.
Two images from my This is Home series appear in a story about LGBTQ homeless youth. I worked on this story in San Francisco over the course of an entire year during grad school, and grew pretty close to several of the traveling kids who let me hang out with them when they passed through town. It’s always nice to see older personal work take on a new life through publication. Redux Pictures does a great job of distributing my stock archive and finding venues for pictures to live while keeping their original context. I’m happy to be working with them, and pleased to contribute some pictures to illustrate this story. I just wish I could read Italian.