While I wish this pandemic had never occurred, the making of the book has been a very rewarding personal and professional journey that I am thrilled to share with you. The Faceless Faces project gave me a framework to continue my decades-long work of telling placemaking stories. Even in the pandemic, people and place still interact.
I not only had the privilege of capturing scenes of grace and beauty amidst these uncertain times here in my beloved DC metro area, but I also had the opportunity to collaborate with many friends and associates I admire. They have helped me to shape the book - the critical selection and sequencing of images to create a pace to the narrative, the whole design and layout, and the printing and distribution process.
The project has received coverage by media outlets and reaction to be book has been very positive, including awards from several national photography competitions.