How would you handle losing a decade’s worth of your photography? Professional documentary photographer Jennifer Little is dealing with it gracefully, all things considered. Her house was burglarized in late September, leaving her only one large-format camera out of the nine she owned, and hardly any external hard drives, which she used to back up her life’s work:
This is crushing for Little, who’s had her images featured in galleries, museums, newspapers, and magazines across the United States. She’s finished one coffee table book on the fight over water rights in America, and was working on another—on an indigenous Chinese family—until all that work was stolen, too.
“I’ll probably have to write off the project from China completely because it’s so expensive to go there, and I’ve sort of lost all the groundwork documentation that the whole project was based on.”
If anyone has any information about the whereabouts of Little’s photos, she can be reached at JenniferLittle4@gmail.com. She’s offering a reward for her hard drives’ safe return—no questions asked.
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