When you tell someone you're homeless you know right away what they think of you, by the look on their face, but most of all the look in their eyes.
Having lived the good life for most of my life and then going through 29 months of homelessness while battling cancer and HIV, has given me new perspectives and a much better understanding on what it means to be poor and homeless in the United States.
Most of the pictures in this book were taken during my 29 months of homelessness.
The goal of the book is to get people to see homeless as HUMANS, but also to raise awareness and ask the reader to consider that maybe the homeless person on the corner isn't the problem. Maybe the real problem is the people, places and things in charge of ending homelessness.