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KY3 News - It Knows No Face - Opening exhibit during November 2018's First Friday Art Walk

KY3 News - It Knows No Face - Opening exhibit during November 2018's First Friday Art Walk

Joe Hickman met with Randy Bacon, Stephanie Appleby, and Mary Jane Holmes to talk about the public opening for It Knows No Face - Portraits, Stories & Short Films of suicide Survivors.

WATCH HERE

It Knows No Face - KGBX iHeartMedia

It Knows No Face - KGBX iHeartMedia

Founder Randy Bacon and It Knows No Face team member and storyteller Stephanie Appleby, speak with Kevin & Liz about It Knows No Face - Portraits, Stories & Short Films of suicide survivors.

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It Knows No Face - KOLR 10 Interview

It Knows No Face - KOLR 10 Interview

The portraits, stories and short films of seventeen suicide survivors. Watch Founder of 7 Billion Ones and Photographer/Filmmaker, Randy Bacon, with Stephanie Appleby, Marketing Director for the Southwest Missouri’s NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) - speak about the opening exhibit on Friday, Nov. 2nd, and their passion, vision and purpose behind this project.

VIEW INTERVIEW HERE

It Knows No Face - Springfield News-Leader

It Knows No Face - Springfield News-Leader

“As part of a new portrait art and short film project, 17 suicide survivors who shared their stories with Springfield photographer Randy Bacon.”

Read the Springfield News-Leader article HERE

KOLR 10 News: 'Randy Bacon Talks Inspiration Behind Gallery' - Ozarks First

KOLR 10 News: 'Randy Bacon Talks Inspiration Behind Gallery' - Ozarks First

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KOLR 10 News: 'The Road I Call Home' Photography Exhibit - MSU Brick City Gallery

KOLR 10 News: 'The Road I Call Home' Photography Exhibit - MSU Brick City Gallery

"With record low temperatures for April tonight, there's a group of people who may be more affected than most.

Photographer-artist Randy Bacon's most recent project "The Road I Call Home" features 40 portraits of homeless people and their stories.

Some subjects were at the reception Friday night at Brick City Gallery and said nights with cold weather are nights they dread.

Bacon started this project 3 years ago traveling around the world taking pictures of the homeless.

He said this project changed his life."

FULL ARTICLE HERE

Springfield News-Leader - March 28, 2018

Springfield News-Leader - March 28, 2018

"I found that so many of the homeless are the most kind, loving, down-to-earth and interesting people I know with life stories that need to be shared." - Founder + Photographer Randy Bacon

Full article HERE

Professional Photographer Magazine - "A Story in Every Face"

Professional Photographer Magazine - "A Story in Every Face"