Project: 4FATHERS Journal

4FATHERS Journal, Issue 04


… is a statement that formulates, affirms, and perpetuates the stories we tell ourselves — stories about who we are, who we can be, what we can do, and what we can create.

4FATHERS Journal is a print and digital publication for and about fathers. It uses a traditional approach with its usage of photographs and words; mix of interviews and photo essays. 4FATHERS goal of giving today’s father a voice through its publication is achieved with each issue delivered.

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Polaroid Portrait Sessions

Currently pre-booking sessions for Father’s Day weekend!

Saturday, June 16
Time: 10am - 1pm
Decatur, GA

Is the ticket price per family or per person? Answer: Per Family

In order to secure your shoot, a $40 booking fee is required!

Where Does Your Money Go?

All funds will go directly to continuing production of 4FATHERS publication and online collection. Money raised will cover the costs of building the publications platform and to cover a basic marketing budget.

A family portrait session goes horribly wrong as secrets and jealousy bubble to the surface under the photographer's watchful gaze. A 59 productions Film. Written and Directed by Joseph Pierce.

What Do You Get?

➔ One-of-a-kind Polaroid photo (Black & White)
➔ Promo Code: 10% off online purchase
➔ One print copy of 4FATHERS Journal
➔ T-Shirt: Pocket Polaroid Print

Announcing live portrait sessions with rare Polaroid Camera–wide-format instant film.

With the rise of digital photography it feels like the craft of analog photography is going away. Polaroid instant cameras were popular. You could take a picture and wait for the black film to develop into an image right before your eyes. Polaroid discontinued its famous camera in 2008.




Kelley Raye (front cover)
“I knew that the memories would always be there,
and photos would help me unlock them whenever
I wanted.”

Barry “Frank B” Duperon (back cover)
His work showcases the tribal mask of different
meanings from different regions of Africa
with a fusion of “African American”influence.