Saturday, May 02, 2009

Documentary Art

Lenny Campello, whose special knowledge about anything art-related I am in awe of, has a post on his blog about Knoxville photographer David Habercom's latest collaborative work. It is a film about the homeless in Knoxville featuring Habercom's portraits along with audio of the people talking about their struggles in a homless life. The film is called "Adrift on American Streets" and you can see the website and a preview here.

3 comments:

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Thanks for the link to Lenny Campanello's site. It is fascinating.

Gypsy Moon Designs said...

Thanks for sharing this site.

I have experienced homelessness for a short time, thank goodness. It makes you feel invisible in society.

L.Holm said...

Have been following Lenny's blog off and on for the last year. He is an amazing guy. He sure covers a lot of ground!
Thanks for including the link to "Adrift..."
It looks like they've done a tender job with the portraits and stories.