Photo Essay: To Live 10,000 Years is 10% complete. Made it to Alaska, California, Connecticut, Maryland, New Hampshire, and New Jersey. The following are one photograph from each shoot, the first 10 of 100 centenarians. The process of choosing the final 100 for the To Live 10,000 Years Exhibition series is fluid and there are […]
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On January 6, 2015 the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley aired a profile about the start of To Live 10,000 Years. This was a great turn of events because usually the news reports on projects that are completed or near completion. Thanks to the profile, over 175 people in 37 of the United States […]
8 seconds of Jack’s over 3 billion seconds of life. First photo was captured in Baltimore, Maryland on October 1, 2014 at 11:38:52 AM and the last photo was captured on October 1, 2014 at 11:39:00 AM.
I don’t know where to begin with this incredible guy. Meet John Slaughter, the first centenarian photographed for To Live 10,000 Years. He goes by Jack and is a retired Naval Commander living in Baltimore, Maryland. He rose through the ranks to Commander of naval warships in World War 2. He commanded the presidential command ship for […]
Photo Essay: Martha is a centenarian living in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. When I met her I was told that she is very afraid of snakes, even snake skins frighten her. I also learned that at 9 years old Martha had polio and was told she would never walk again. By 10 she was walking because […]
Photo Essay: Jack is a centenarian in Baltimore. He lives on his own in an independent living community. Jack is a retired Naval Commander and always a family-man. He shared his concerns about the discord in United States’ politics and the fate of this environment. This was the first shoot for To Live 10,000 Years.