Capturing the Stare

Abby Zimet

Now out in paperback, a photographic memoir by 24-year-old, Montana-born Kevin
Michael Connolly - writer, photographer, skateboarder extraordinaire, championship
skier, and, oh yeah, born without legs. Connolly's memoir, Double Take, documents the
stares of the people he encounters as he travels the world, doing what
he does, which is everything. His portraits are born, not in malice, but
of curiosity, a heartfelt dialogue. Photos from his Rolling Exhibition here.

15 Countries

31 Cities.

32,000 photos

One stare. 

Blurb from the book

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