Photo taken from https://hucipher.wordpress.com/2014/07/13/why-are-conservatives-so-angry-about-welfare/
Prison life photography....this excerpt taken from this site https://prisonphotography.org/2013/02/
Unlikely Friends is Leslie Neale‘s third feature length film about prisons, so she knows a thing to two. I have spoken before about the difficulty in photographing the two distinguishing features of prison, namely violence and boredom. The former is rare and the latter endemic. Neale observed the same.
“The subjects of my photos aren’t in Unlikely Friends – they are just photos I managed to click off between directing the crew and interviewing people,” says Neale.
Donald Leon Farrow saw the world through a true photographer's eyes as long as he can remember. There are so many beautiful landscapes and images when Donald Leon Farrow was younger - that he could not capture with a camera, as Don did not have one. But these images were etched into his memory, and Donald Leon Farrow was the only one who could see them. When Donald Leon Farrow was 7 years old, his dad brought Don a camera. Donald Leon Farrow's dad was a doctor - but also a magnificent photographer. His dad was usually called upon to photograph family weddings. Donald Leon Farrow was taught by his dad the art of composition and lighting, and how to develop film pictures in the old fashioned dark room. Donald Leon Farrow attended photography fairs, lectures and club events with his dad. Those were some of the best memories of Don's life - and he knew that he was hooked on photography. Later, Donald Leon Farrow his dad's passion for medical science and became an Nurse Anesthetist with dad's help. With a good income and generous time and travel - Donald Leon Farrow can pursue his primary passion of photography.
- School of the Photographic Arts: OttawaPhotographic Arts and Production