160-pound wrestler Connor Broyles of Whitfield stands for a portrait durig the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Mo., Friday, Feb. 15, 2013.
Brad, a “regular” with the local police department, shows off his tattoos, including a Nazi eagle. He struggles with addiction.
Nadia da Rosa, 15, from Providence, R.I., attends the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 in Washington, on the first full day of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Ohannes Kartun takes a break from packing oranges into crates in Vakifli, Turkey’s last Armenian village.
Devrone McKnight, who said he was shot yesterday on the way to work, attends “Stop the Violence” rally at the intersection of Edmondson Avenue and Wildwood Parkway during the 72 hour community-led Baltimore Ceasefire against gun violence in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. August 4, 2017.
Truck drivers pose for a portrait near Lake Mogan in Ankara, Turkey.
Jenny Scudder sits in a tire swing on Wednesday at her home in Savannah, Mo. “When I was 16, I was brutally raped by a boyfriend who I had been dating for about four and a half months,” she said.
Michael Wasko sits on his bed for a portrait on Wednesday at Juda House, which provides housing to sixteen chronically homeless men who are diagnosed with one or more disabilities in Saint Joseph, Mo.
The Civil War reenactor Lukas Riley poses on Saturday, June 15, for a portrait in rural Mound City, Missouri.
Tommie Smith poses for a portrait at Georgetown University in Washington on Wednesday, Sep. 28, 2016.
Evan Thompson, 15 months, has Walker-Warburg Syndrome, an inherited disorder that affects development of the muscles, brain and eyes. According to the National Institutes of Health, it is the most severe of a group of genetic conditions known as congenital muscular dystrophies. The syndrome is estimated to affect 1 in 60,500 newborns worldwide. Most children with it die before age 3.