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“The Family Pictures kickoff activity was a fab ice breaker and I saw my fellow table mates and the people in the room with compassion, love, and humanity that we are all in this together.” – Anonymous participant In February, I was invited by longtime Family Pictures USA supporter Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) to […]
When I presented my DDFR workshop at “Beyond Borders: Diverse Voices of the American South” in February, I was moved by everyone’s level of engagement and care in their fellow participants. One particular person, Hanul Bahm, spoke emotionally, clearly connecting with everyone’s stories at her table. I asked her to gather some recollections about her […]
“We have to figure out a new way of engaging in the family album, and for me it’s a tool to bring people together and to see our humanity, to see our specialness, and to see each other.” – On my new project, Family Pictures USA, in conversation with Ashley C. Ford. For its opening […]
Award winning filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris screened VINTAGE: Families of Value at the IFC Center on Sunday, November 13th. This screening was part of the Docs Redux program at the 2016 DOC NYC Festival, which ran from November 10th-17th to celebrate documentary storytelling and encourage its new directions. The event was also accompanied by our […]