TRACIE WILLIAMS
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    Love and Rage   74 pages, Newsprint, 5" x 6" in Painted cardboard hard cover  To fully understand something you have to live it and breathe it. I guess you could say that for an entire year I was in the trenches, physically battered and mentally bruised. I saw things and met people that have altered my way of thinking and opened my mind exponentially. I’ve smashed a few flashes, been run over by fleeing mobs, struck by police batons, slept on cardboard to diffuse the cold concrete, surfed couches, rode on day long over-packed bus journeys, marched through torrential rains and sweltering temperatures, and even found myself arrested.  Living an activist, transient life I emotionally, physically, and financially invested a solid year documenting Occupy Wall Street daily - leading up the one-year anniversary on September 17, 2012.   Love and Rage   chronicles this unique period of US history; from protests and civil disobedience to the more personal moments, conversations, and comradery that erupted in communities across the country.  I always knew I would live in NYC someday, I just never thought my first address would be in a park around the corner from Wall Street. My life as an embedded photographer within the Occupy Wall Street movement was one wild ride - sensory overload - and an experience that has forever changed me.


Love and Rage
74 pages, Newsprint, 5" x 6" in
Painted cardboard hard cover

To fully understand something you have to live it and breathe it. I guess you could say that for an entire year I was in the trenches, physically battered and mentally bruised. I saw things and met people that have altered my way of thinking and opened my mind exponentially. I’ve smashed a few flashes, been run over by fleeing mobs, struck by police batons, slept on cardboard to diffuse the cold concrete, surfed couches, rode on day long over-packed bus journeys, marched through torrential rains and sweltering temperatures, and even found myself arrested.

Living an activist, transient life I emotionally, physically, and financially invested a solid year documenting Occupy Wall Street daily - leading up the one-year anniversary on September 17, 2012. Love and Rage chronicles this unique period of US history; from protests and civil disobedience to the more personal moments, conversations, and comradery that erupted in communities across the country.

I always knew I would live in NYC someday, I just never thought my first address would be in a park around the corner from Wall Street. My life as an embedded photographer within the Occupy Wall Street movement was one wild ride - sensory overload - and an experience that has forever changed me.

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Love and Rage
74 pages, Newsprint, 5" x 6" in
Painted cardboard hard cover

To fully understand something you have to live it and breathe it. I guess you could say that for an entire year I was in the trenches, physically battered and mentally bruised. I saw things and met people that have altered my way of thinking and opened my mind exponentially. I’ve smashed a few flashes, been run over by fleeing mobs, struck by police batons, slept on cardboard to diffuse the cold concrete, surfed couches, rode on day long over-packed bus journeys, marched through torrential rains and sweltering temperatures, and even found myself arrested.

Living an activist, transient life I emotionally, physically, and financially invested a solid year documenting Occupy Wall Street daily - leading up the one-year anniversary on September 17, 2012. Love and Rage chronicles this unique period of US history; from protests and civil disobedience to the more personal moments, conversations, and comradery that erupted in communities across the country.

I always knew I would live in NYC someday, I just never thought my first address would be in a park around the corner from Wall Street. My life as an embedded photographer within the Occupy Wall Street movement was one wild ride - sensory overload - and an experience that has forever changed me.

    Love and Rage   74 pages, Newsprint, 5" x 6" in Painted cardboard hard cover  To fully understand something you have to live it and breathe it. I guess you could say that for an entire year I was in the trenches, physically battered and mentally bruised. I saw things and met people that have altered my way of thinking and opened my mind exponentially. I’ve smashed a few flashes, been run over by fleeing mobs, struck by police batons, slept on cardboard to diffuse the cold concrete, surfed couches, rode on day long over-packed bus journeys, marched through torrential rains and sweltering temperatures, and even found myself arrested.  Living an activist, transient life I emotionally, physically, and financially invested a solid year documenting Occupy Wall Street daily - leading up the one-year anniversary on September 17, 2012.   Love and Rage   chronicles this unique period of US history; from protests and civil disobedience to the more personal moments, conversations, and comradery that erupted in communities across the country.  I always knew I would live in NYC someday, I just never thought my first address would be in a park around the corner from Wall Street. My life as an embedded photographer within the Occupy Wall Street movement was one wild ride - sensory overload - and an experience that has forever changed me.
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