Richard Mosse’s video about a shelter for abandoned and orphaned kids in Shawnee, Oklahoma, is one of a series of videos the photographer did around the state. The project was done for Blanket America, a business which donates a blanket to charity for each blanket it sells.
The video combines beautiful black-and-white imagery and an interview with a compelling subject.
You can see more of Mosse’s videos, and find a link where you can donate to the Hope House shelter or learn more about Blanket America on his Vimeo page.
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