A week of discipline, thinking, strategizing and agonizing over a story about unfamiliar people in an unfamiliar town to be told in fewer than 400 frames. The Missouri Photo Workshop.
It was an unbelievable experience made possible by the encouragement of community, new friends and old. And once our stories were finished, we took a deep breath, made some pictures for ourselves and enjoyed one another’s company for one last evening in that little Missouri town.
Please take some time to have a look at our 44 stories of Trenton here: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw-65-trenton/
And the work of those pictured below:
“17 Days at Bottom” by Kristen Zeis: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw65/kristen-zeis/
“Undefeated” by Eve Edelheit: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw65/eve-edelheit/
“Kyle Roderick: What is a Man?” by Taylor Glascock: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw65/glascock-taylor/
“Black is Just a Shade” by Sam Gause: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw65/sam-gause/
“Monica and Veronica: Living for Now” by Jordan Stead: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw65/jordan-stead/
“Becoming Sisters” by Mallory Benedict: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw65/mallory-benedict/