James Gathright is a designer, writer and photographer living in Fresno, California. In 2016 he was diagnosed with Renal Cell Carcinoma (kidney cancer). Street photography has become a serious part of his therapy as both excercise and a coping mechanism. This collection of 100 photos were shot over a three-year period as James went through two surgeries, loss of employment and the diagnosis of his wife Patt with Parkinson’s Disease. His written introduction gives insight into the way he copes with this difficult time and how his photography fits into it. In his own words, this is a love letter from a potentially dying man to the city where he was born.
You can download the book for free by using the download button below. Or you can leave a gift through PayPal with the following form (make sure you click the little tiny donate button). Proceeds will help James and Patt get through the expenses of prescription drugs, doctors’ visits, scans, labs and just simply paying their bills. You can also give through their GoFundMe page.
Book Details: 74 pages, 100 photographs | File Type: PDF | File Size: 49MB | 2019 |