Empathy is essential to solving the problem of homelessness. Our purpose is to put the humanity of unsheltered people in a new light…the light of black and white portraits that are made with collaboration and care to illuminate our shared humanity. By broadcasting these striking portraits and personal stories, we hope to disrupt the negative stereotype of homelessness and inspire a compassionate community of people who will advocate for solutions in their communities around the world.
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Bob Sadler is a fine arts photographer working in the Monterey Bay, CA. He is a member of Imagemakers and serves on the board of the Center for Photographic Arts in Carmel. His project "Inherent Worth and Dignity" has been exhibited at a number of galleries including Art Intersection in Gilbert, AZ and the Weston Gallery in Carmel, CA View all posts by bobsadler