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Wallace Emerson

TONIGHT!! So excited for this. This has been a passion project concept for a very long time, and I’m so thrilled that it is coming to fruition! This lovely lady and I are hosting our first ever Everyday Sessions live music film event! 🎵🎶🎞 The Everyday Sessions are designed as an intimate event consisting of live music performances that take place in everyday scenes. The event tonight will consist of three separate performances and will take place during a house party. I’ll be filming it all to put together in a short film. 📷 If you’re interested in coming by to enjoy the live music and be part of the film, you are so welcome to! Just shoot me a DM and I’ll give you the details! 📷🖤 . . #documentaryphotography

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Luke Montavon | Photog PHX AZ

El Paso, Texas

Photos from Thursday morning at the border. I want to thank Agent J.L. Martinez, a 20 year veteran of the Border Patrol for giving me a few hours to see up close what the Agency does. He was completely professional and compassionate to all of the migrants we encountered. We fee to from east El Paso to Anapra New Mexico, the primary coverage area for the El Paso Border Patrol Sector. In the first few photos we encountered a group of Central American and Cuban migrants looking. Agent Martinez then pointed out a hole in the fence, there are many like it that have been repaired over the years. He gave instructions to the migrants not to cross through the opening and to keep walking further to an opening where they could plea for asylum. He stressed the risk of drowning in the river that is on the other side of the river. After the migrants arrived at the appropriate place, at the assistance of another agent, they were given identification bands indicating where they were found and who initially detained them. Shortly after along our journey towards the Paso del Norte point of entry, we came across a group of Brazilian migrants wishing to go through the same process. We finally made our way to Anapra New Mexico to where there is an opening in the wall that migrants frequently used to cross. The area is now patrolled by the Mexican Army in addition to Border Patrol. For licensing photos please contact @reduxpictures - - - #documentaryphotography

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