by Lou Jones and Gerry Spence. Text and excerpts from interviews accompany b&w portraits of death-row inmates by an award-winning commercial and art photographer.
by Lou Jones and Gerry Spence. Emphasis is on inmates' humanity and societal factors that led to their crimes. Annotation c. by Book News, In. Portland, Or.
Radelet, Michael L. publication date. Jones L; Savel L; Radelet ML.
Michael L. Radelet (born October 24, 1950) is a sociologist at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is the Chairman in the department of Sociology at the university. Radelet works as a professor of sociology at University of Colorado Boulder.
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Jones published his first book in 1997, Final Exposure: Portraits from Death Ro. Jones’ newest book, Speedlights & Speedlites: Creative Flash Photography at Lightspeed, was released in May 2009 and is in its second printing.
Jones published his first book in 1997, Final Exposure: Portraits from Death Row. For six years he documented men and women on death rows in the United States. It was republished in the fall of 2002. For this Jones received the Ehrmann Award from the Massachusetts Citizens against the Death Penalty. His second book, travel+PHOTOGRAPHY: off the charts, was published in 2006 and is now out of print.
Lou Jones' eclectic career has evolved from commercial to the personal. It has spanned every format, film type, artistic movement and technological change. Jones has served on the board of directors of numerous photographic associations, societies and museums, such as the American Society of Media Photographers, Photographic Resource Center and the Griffin Museum of Photography.