Prison Photography works with these objectives:
To bring to attention things previously unsaid.
To bring attention to things said but unrecorded.
To present a consistent textual and visual editorial voice, to which I am held accountable.
To highlight pre-internet work (digitally unpublished) and give it some exposure.
To joust in the melee of contested meanings in surveillance, fine-art, documentary, amateur, institution, and virtual photographies of prisons and other sites of incarceration.
Employing these methods:
Interviews with photographers.
Comment on issues of photography, prisons, police, media, civil liberties.
Presenting visual convergences and a short thought/context for viewing.
Maybe a quote or two.