Curator Selection / 2022 / /
In February 2021, I had the unique and eye-opening opportunity to visit a growing homeless camp in the LaVilla neighborhood of downtown Jacksonville, FL USA. From February 3rd until March 9th, I listened, observed, developed relationships, and documented the wide range of individuals who converged at the camp. Homelessness is a very complex global issue made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Born December of 1981 in Ireland. Currently living in Jacksonville, FL USA. Has been a freelance photojournalist/documentary photographer since 2002. Working on various projects related to the human condition under extraordinary circumstances including but not limited to: conflict, politics, migration/immigration, homelessness, hunger, etc.
Awards Was awarded a medal by the Society of the Silurians in New York City in June 2008 for feature news photography for Bloomberg News (https://www.silurians.org/)