A portrait of Jennifer Karady and her photography series “Soldiers’ Stories from Iraq & Afghanistan” which she completed as a Witt Artist in Residence at the Stamps School of Art & Design. Karady also presented the photographs at the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities Gallery and Slusser Gallery.
Photos: Jennifer Karady
Editing: Donald Harrison
Cinematography: Joey Ostrander & Donald Harrison
Music featured: “Feather Bed” courtesy of Justin Dykhouse
Gallery Curators: Amanda Krugliak and Mark Nielsen
Special Thanks: Chrisstina Hamilton, Katherine Weider-Roos and ArtTrain
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