When Living is a Protest
Aired On: Oct 20, 2016
Ruddy Roye discusses his 15-year career in photojournalism and his editorial and environmental portraits, which often focus on the raw and gritty lives of people in his native Jamaica.
Ruddy Roye is a Brooklyn-based documentary photographer specializing in photojournalism and editorial and environmental portraiture. He is most inspired by raw and gritty lives in the grass roots, especially the people of his native Jamaica. Roye tries to tell the stories of their victories and ills by bringing their voices to social media and matte-fiber paper.
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