The Road I Call Home, is a photography exhibition that brings attention and empathy to our nations’ homeless population. This exhibit features over 90 large-scale simple, direct, casual studio portraits of homeless individuals, an accompanying 28 minute series of short films with thought-provoking conversations and a corresponding 'The Road I Call Home' coffee table art book of the exhibit. These portraits emphasize the beauty, identity, and integrity of each person. Each portrait featured in this exhibit is accompanied by a narrative, as told by the subject, sharing their personal story of homelessness.  The goal of this project is to bring awareness to our homeless community and convey one simple message  – “That we’re all people and every single one of us matters.”

The Road I Call Home has been exhibited at a multitude of art museums, galleries and venues including Springfield Art Museum, Marietta Cobb Museum of Art, Norfolk Art Museum, Hickory Museum of Art, Brick City Museum of Art at Missouri State University,  Pool Center of Art at Drury University, SE Center of Photography, PhotoCon - Oklahoma City, Photo Expo - Little Rock and Saybrook University's Annual Conference in Monterey CA

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