Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford

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Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford
Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford

Bottom of da Boot By Kael Alford

$45.00 Sale Save

Bottom of da Boot focuses on the people and places of the disappearing communities of Isle de Jean Charles and Pointe-aux-Chenes on Louisiana's fragile coastline.

Released 2012
78 Color Photographs
128 Pages
Hardcover
10" x 9.75"
First Edition of 1,000
Essays by Brett Abbott and Kael Alford
ISBN: 978-0-9799379-1-0

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Kael Alford was born 1970 in Middletown, NY and is a photographer, writer, and educator whose work focuses on issues of political violence, human relationships to the environment, and human relationships to one another. She started as a photojournalist covering the conflicts in the Balkans (1996-2002) before covering Iraq after the US invasion and then the small communities in Louisiana impacted by global warming and the BP oil spill. Her work has been exhibited globally including the High Museum of Art and De Young Museum. She currently resides in Dallas, TX and continues to work for publications and teach photography at Southern Methodist University.