See My Story: Portrait series of Evanston’s homeless citizens

Doug Haight, a local photographer, approaches his work with a unique tenderness with his subjects. He recently ended an exhibit where he put on display 21 intimate, life-size portrait photos of homeless citizens in Evanston. The project, titled See My Story, was featured at Perspective Group and Photography Gallery; each portrait is accompanied by a short caption and a few quotes from the participant about their unique story. Haight has already given more than a dozen presentations to various community groups, during which he invites…

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