We were very happy to present our photo essay in a zoom meeting last September 9.24 at the NW Film Forum – about our photo essay project ‘House of Angels – Living With AIDS at the Bailey-Boushay House: 1992-1995, 1997’ – along with former Executive Director Christine Hurley and Artist in Residence Ross Beecher, while Rosette Royale moderated the presentation.
We shared our experiences and told the stories that shaped this project at the first AIDS hospice in the USA – our creative process, how we coped with the passing of people we’d become close to, how we developed numerous relationships with people in their last months of life, their families, the nursing staff, and the volunteers, how we told the story of the spirit of the house, the hope, the love and compassion that we witnessed, and how we built the trust that allowed us to photograph these heartbreaking scenes of people battling the horror of AIDS.
We're a photography team specializing in photography for a variety of editorial, commercial, corporate, and non-profit clients that include Stanford University, McKesson, Oracle, MotherJones.com, TechWomen, and Rubicon Programs. We love doing portraits of the fascinating people we meet - artists, scientists, business men and women, educators and students, visionaries, entrepreneurs, children and families, and telling their stories. We live in Alameda in the S.F. Bay Area with our 2 sons - Bryce, 19, and Micah, 14.
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