I know that much of what I do as a photographer
is to make whatever I photograph look the best it possibly can. When
considering what was happening in Freehold, New Jersey I also recognized
the fact it
is easier to show prejudice to a faceless group than
an individual. It was then I decided to photograph individual workers who
had been displaced by the closure of the muster zone. In photographing
them I hoped to present them in a positive manner, showing the individuals
part of the group.
Putting faces to those some hoped to discriminate. Allowing the viewer perhaps
for the first time to really see them.
The photographic prints are available for display contact the photograper if you are interested or have questions.