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This book is the distillation of a project stretching over two years in which strangers were photographed in unscheduled and unannounced encounters in a portable studio in various locations in and around Cincinnati, Ohio. An essay commissioned for the project by acclaimed writer, RJ Smith, accompanies the 34 photographs in the book.

Printed on Mohawk Superfine eggshell paper, 52 pages, 8.5”x7”, perfect bound.

They Knew Not My Name, and I Knew Not Their Faces

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They Knew Not My Name, and I Knew Not Their Faces

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This book is the distillation of a project stretching over two years in which strangers were photographed in unscheduled and unannounced encounters in a portable studio in various locations in and around Cincinnati, Ohio. An essay commissioned for the project by acclaimed writer, RJ Smith, accompanies the 34 photographs in the book.

Printed on Mohawk Superfine eggshell paper, 52 pages, 8.5”x7”, perfect bound.

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This book is the distillation of a project stretching over two years in which strangers were photographed in unscheduled and unannounced encounters in a portable studio in various locations in and around Cincinnati, Ohio. An essay commissioned for the project by acclaimed writer, RJ Smith, accompanies the 34 photographs in the book.

Printed on Mohawk Superfine eggshell paper, 52 pages, 8.5”x7”, perfect bound.