• Images projected during FLEXN in New York From March 25th to April 4th, images and factoids from the Juvenile in Justice project were projected adjacent to Peter Sellar’s dance performance, FLEXN. See more info here: http://www.armoryonpark.org/programs_events/detail/flexn April 6, 2015
  • CNN Photo Essay + Interview: Girls behind bars tell their stories “For a ling time, I took pride in not prostituting. My last relapse, I started prostituting on my own,” said B.X., 18. “My mom and dad were both alcoholics. They owned a bar. I was left alone a lot. My mom was drunk when she found me on the street. I had run away. She […] March 26, 2015
  • PBS Photo Essay: Life inside a juvenile detention center for girls Three girls at a juvenile facility in Racine, Wisconsin. Roughly 30 percent of incarcerated youth in the United States are female. Thanks, PBS! Today Girls in Justice was featured in a small photo essay on PBS NewsHour written by Mike Fritz. March 17, 2015
  • Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition reviewed in the Village Voice The Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition currently on view at Ronald Feldman Gallery in Soho was reviewed on Wednesday in the Village Voice. Robert Shuster writes: “The understated display here (the unframed images are simply pinned to the wall) pulls you close, face-to-face with troubled kids. Their own words, recorded by Ross in interviews, appear on text panels—stories […] January 25, 2013
  • Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition featured in the New Yorker! This week’s edition of the New Yorker features an photograph from Juvenile-in-Justice currently on display at the exhibition at Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York + a mention in the short list. IF you’re in the city, the show runs until February 16th. More details at the gallery site HERE. January 15, 2013
  • Featured in the New York Times Yesterday, my image of a restraint chair at Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center in Wisconsin was featured in the NY Times alongside an article about the reforms being made to the juvenile justice system in Shelby County, Tennessee. The piece, by Kim Severson, details an ongoing federal investigation which revealed a system that was treating kids […] December 19, 2012
  • Juvenile In Justice in the Guardian UK This last Saturday the Guardian ran a six-page piece on the work in their weekend edition. See the entire spread below, or Download a PDF here. Also, visit the Guardian online to see “Children behind bars: US young offenders interactive.” Big thanks to the marvelous Kate Edwards, picture editor, for her dedication in bringing this […] November 13, 2012
  • Juvenile In Justice on Newsweek/Daily Beast This week, Newsweek/Dailybeast ran a feature “In ‘Juvenile In Justice,’ Children Caught in America’s Prison System.” The article, by Eliza Shapiro, is another great example of how the mainstream media is becoming more aware of the issue of over-incarceration of youth in the U.S.  [superquote] Despite more attention and advocacy, Ross says his time inside […] October 25, 2012
  • Juvenile In Justice in Photo District News Juvenile In Justice was featured in the October issue of PDN in an article about social advocacy through photojournalism. You can read the article here. September 13, 2012
  • Juvenile-in-Justice on ProPublica’s list of the Best Investigative Reporting on U.S Prisons In, “Land of the Free: The Best Investigative Reporting on U.S Prisons” a piece by Cora Currier on ProPublica, Juvenile in Justice was included for the feature story which ran on Wired.com in April of this year. Currier writes, “America locks up children at a quicker rate than all other developed countries, with about 60,000 […] June 30, 2012