Rochelle Brock­ing­ton

Smithsonian Magazine - - Contributors -

When Brock­ing­ton’s fa­ther died, she didn’t have many pho­tos of him, so she picked up a cam­era to cap­ture her sur­viv­ing fam­ily and friends on film. Pho­tog­ra­phy be­came her pas­sion and she set out with a mis­sion: “I shoot a lot of black women be­cause I feel we’re un­der­rep­re­sented in the art world.” The Brook­lynite pho­tographed In­ge­nu­ity

Award win­ner Tracy K. Smith (p. 46).

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