Joey aged 11 owns two shotguns and a crossbow and made his first kill – a deer – at the age of seven.
This work i really like. I'm talking about the photography of James Mollison and especially his project 'Where Children Sleep' which takes a look at kids bedrooms from around the world. The results are fascinating.
You wouldn't believe that a bedroom could say that much but Mollison's photographs cleverly prove that theory wrong. The above photograph stood out for me, although many others were equally striking - especially those images of children whose bed is an old mattress or sofa exposed to the elements.
The sheer scale of inequality portrayed in the photography is just breathtaking. Some kids have everything (too much in some cases!) and others have nothing. Remarkably It's not just the photographs of poor children's room that make you think. Questions come to mind viewing almost all of the photographs.
James Mollison's Where Children Sleep photographs can be found on his website HERE
A few images not included in his website gallery can also be found HERE