There have been numerous protest marches against Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s implementation of federal law 287G. When I walked amongst the crowd of protesters
When I went into Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Tent City Jail, female inmates would often self-select into small groups, and
Many of the inmates wanted to show me their tattoos, ‘shoot my tats, man!’
When being photographed in a crowded cellblock of the MCSO, many of the inmates, especially male inmates, put on a pose for the camera that I call “The Stance”.
Among the many inmates who lined up to have their portraits taken by me, for the Jail Project, were many who wanted me to show them with their tattoos.
Sometimes an inmates’ motivation for participating in my Jail Project is obvious and understandable. Often, it’s an expression of
Sheriff Joe Arpaio of the MCSO, Maricopa County Sheriff’s office in Phoenix Arizona has made black and white striped uniforms an iconic image in protest marches surrounding the 287G immigration sweep debate.