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Drag at Square Cat Vinyl in Indianapolis, Ind.
Richard Kamin of New Jersey poses for a portrait outside Quicken Loans Arena during the RNC on Monday, July 18, 2016 in Cleveland.
Dr. Michelle Shorten stands for a portrait outside Margaret Mary Community Hospital in Batesville, Ind. on Friday, April 10, 2020. Dr. Shorten has been developing a plan for the hospital in case there is a bigger influx of coronavirus patients. Under her plan, the hospital could take 66 patients, three times its normal capacity.
Michael Johnson photographed in Indianapolis for The New York Times. Johnson was sentenced to 30-years for failing to reveal his HIV status to sexual partners. An appeal set him free this year after serving 5-years.
Jenna, Washington, DC 2014
Lizzie Burgess, 20, stands for a portrait in her yard on Thursday, March 3, 2022 in Fishers, Ind. Burgess started vaping at 16-years-old. Last year, at 19, she went to the hospital with an oxygen saturation of 67 and wound up in the ICU with a vaping-related lung injury. The vaping industry has been pivoting the use of synthetic nicotine to get around current FDA rules.
Juan, end of summer at MLK Park in Indianapolis, Ind. 2019.
Heather Woock sits for a portrait in her home in Noblesville, In. on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020. As Heather and her husband are struggling to get pregnant, she has had reservations reaching out to fertility clinics after her mother was impregnated in 1985 by her own fertility doctor, Donald Cline, instead of an anonymous sperm donor. Heather has since found 60 plus strangers are her half-siblings after the result of a DNA test she took in 2017. Woock has tried IVF with her own eggs 4 times and has
Benton Mackenzie prays during dinner at his home in Eldridge, Iowa on Wednesday, August 15, 2014. Mackenzie, fighting a rare and vigorous form of cancer (stage 4), was recently convicted of misdemeanor possession of marijuana and paraphernalia while trying to maintain his cancer with cannabis oil. The cannabis oil is the only thing that has been prolonging his life, according to his family.
Bishnu Subba, President of the Bhutanese Community Association of Akron, sits for a portrait. Subba oversees students in the Bhutanese refugee community practicing US history and reading during their citizenship class.
Parker Anderson, 19, applies makeup in his dorm room at Kent State and transforms into "Annie Christ," his drag queen alter-ego. "I'm doing this to make myself happy," said Anderson, who has been fascinated with the idea of being a woman from a young age.
Rebecca Grimm was pregnant with her second child in 2018 when she suffered a miscarriage but did not pass the fetus. She went on her insurance website to find out how much it would cost to have a surgical procedure to remove the fetus and learned she could expect to pay $700. After a 15 minute procedure, her and her husband were billed almost $6,000. The cost estimator she had been using to shop for medical care did not include all of the charges associated with the procedure.
Student Kewal Adhikari sits for a portrait in the citizenship classroom on North Main Street in Akron, Ohio. The class is held 4-5 times a week and teaches US history and reading practice to the Bhutanese Community.
Beverly Sweeney, of Indianapolis, poses for a portrait before a Trump rally at Southport High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. Sweeney, in her 70s, voted in the presidential election for the first time in 2016. "I can't believe he's here, I live just up the street," Sweeney said. (Leah Klafczynski for The New York Times)
Luke at Robert's Camera, November 2018
Alex blowing smoke rings, 2014
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