Poverty, defined differently for many people and it affects people differently, I just hope though that like the reflected innocence of the child people never forget about just being happy and appreciate what they do have no matter what your financial stability may be
Me: "What's your favorite thing about your brother?" Red Glasses: "He plays with me." Blue Glasses: "Don't forget I'm a good speller." Red Glasses: "Oh yeah." Blue Glasses: "I help him with his homework. A lot."
Due to my propensity to ask people to pose in the street, I just had the unique experience of being yelled at by Alec Baldwin’s mother (left). Which, incidentally, gave me a really interesting glimpse into the life of Alec Baldwin. UPDATE: This is Elaine Stritch, Broadway legend, who PLAYS Alec Baldwin’s mother. On 30 Rock.
“What’s your greatest struggle?” “My sister and I are nearly 60. My mother is 83. We’re not destitute or anything, but we don’t really have a stash. So there’s not really room for anything to go wrong. And all of us are aging, so I have plenty to worry about. I’ve really followed my whims in life, which has been great. But while my friends were buying houses, I was travelling the world and having experiences. It’s been great, and I’ve seen a lot. But ..
This was so cool for me. Yesterday I had the honor of being photographed by master photographer Jill Enfield. She uses the same method that was used to take portraits of soldiers back in the civil war. The process is called Wet Collodion, and involves carrying around a portable darkroom. After the photo is taken, Jill instantly uses a special mix of chemicals to develop the photo on a piece of glass. Recently she’s used this method in a series called...