Annabel Clark is a documentary and portrait photographer based in Seattle and New York City. Born and raised in California, she received her BFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design. During her final term at Parsons, she photographed her...
Michelle Vestal and Bob J. Kitcheon, who live in a tent community, share a kiss under the freeway in Seattle, where they married on March 18, 2018. A volunteer who served as the maid of honor made the wedding cake. For the New York Times
Katie Rossbach helped set up the reception area on a sidewalk under Interstate 90. The wedding was organized by volunteers at the Rainier Pop-Up Kitchen, which hosts a weekly meal for the homeless. For the New York Times
Volunteers from the Rainier Popup Kitchen bring dishes to serve on a sidewalk beside a busy road under an Interstate 90 bridge, where around 100 diners eat at folding tables and chairs. Ms. Vestal and Mr. Kitcheon are regulars. For the New York Times
Greg Jacobs, the best man and a Los Angeles native who is also homeless, shared wisdom from his own experience: “When you’re homeless and you’re in a relationship, it gets real, real serious. It’s unbearable sometimes. She might be hungry and you’re not. She needs coffee but it’s dark outside. You don’t know where the next meal is coming from. But if you can go through that with an individual, that’s love.” For the New York Times