We were lucky enough to get to work on “Truth Sessions” – a multi-media storytelling project by filmmaker David Guilbault, photographer Doug Vann, painter Kevin Furiya and composer Andy Zadronzy.
“Truth Sessions” is a series of interviews taken in Seattle of people living in a low-income apartment building, with insights on the common struggles they each face in life.
This riveting look into the lives of 10 extraordinary strangers gives voice to those who are often forgotten and ignored, despite the value they each bring as people. For those of you in the Seattle area, go check out the exhibit (and the book!) at the Corridor Gallery (306 South Washington St) where it is on view every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
For more information and a sneak peak at the interviews check out the Truth Sessions site.