Documentary photography : creating and navigating identity through imagery
Southern New Hampshire University
From her early work of documenting the Ku Klux Klan of North Texas to recent work on Aging and Oral Histories, Justine Wood-Massoud has always been interested in how images help form identities that may or may not accurately reflect the inner nature of a group or an individual. Just as our identity can shift depending on the company we keep, so shifts our identity formed through images. This presentation shows earlier work on the KKK and more recent and in progress work on exploring aging through images and oral histories.