KC McGinnis is a photographer and photojournalist raised in Iowa and based in Des Moines. He's interested in visual depictions of religion, with an eye toward white evangelicalism and its future in the twilight of its hegemony in American...
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Dan Locklin of Cedar Rapids, dressed as Spiderman, takes a break during Cedar Rapids Comic Con at the Cedar Rapids DoubleTree Hotel & Convention Center on Saturday, February 3, 2018. Locklin is part of CRUSH, or Cedar Rapids Ultimate Super Heroes, a group offering free photos with suggested donations benefiting the Cedar Valley Humane Society. KC McGinnis / The Gazette
Audience members listen as Marianne Williamson speaks to voters in Fairfield, Iowa on Saturday, September 21, 2019. Williamson has found some of her strongest supporters in Fairfield, home to the Maharishi University of Management, an institution that promotes and trains practitioners of transcendental meditation. Williamson led a meditative call-and-response session and initiated ten minutes of meditation after her speech. KC McGinnis for Politico Magazine
12-year-old Baraa Sadok of Cedar Rapids prays in a separate room during Friday prayers at the Islamic Center of Cedar Rapids in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Friday, January 20, 2017. KC McGinnis for Rolling Stone
11-year-old D.J. McKinney of Cedar Rapids pushes his one-year-old sister Sofia McKinney in a stroller during race night at Hawkeye Downs in Cedar Rapids on Friday, August 14, 2015.
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BLANDING, UTAH - OCTOBER 27, 2017: Sisters Louise Jensen and Irene Clah sit on a rock along a reservoir near Bears Ears National Monument land outside Blanding, Utah on Friday, October 27, 2017. Jensen and Clah, Navajo people who grew up in the area, expressed doubts that Bears Ears' monument status will protect their way of life, instead showing concern that the monument's popularity with tourists may cause greater interference with the land. CREDIT: KC McGinnis for The New York Times
MARSHALLTOWN, IA - DECEMBER 5: Mayor Joel Greer of Marshalltown, Iowa stands in his office on Wednesday, December 5, 2018. A review by The Post of Acting Attorney General Matthew G. Whitaker’s statements and actions as US Attorney for the southern district of Iowa from 2004 to 2009 found that Whitaker claimed credit for initiating a six-state raid in 2006 that was designed to be on the largest such crackdowns at the time. (Photo by KC McGinnis/For The Washington Post)
DES MOINES, IOWA - OCTOBER 18, 2018: Dana Hustedt goes over coaching notes with Grand View University's esports team in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday, October 18, 2018. Hustedt is the nation's first university Director of Esports. CREDIT: KC McGinnis for The New York Times