In A Whole New Way

Ensnaring four million Americans, probation has evolved from a way to avoid prison to a sanction feeding mass incarceration. Supported by neighborhood allies, some people of color set out to change all this, equipped only with cameras.

Developing Lives

The “New York City Housing Authority‘s ‘Developing Lives’ program, part of an ambitious bid by the agency to change the image of people living in housing developments.” The New York Daily News.

50 Years on the Front Lines

Philip Jones Griffiths “photographic account of a lacerating war…amounts to one of the great tragic portraits of its time and is required viewing in ours.” The New York Times

The New York Times Book Review

In 2004, Trolley published Philip Jones Griffiths’ “Agent Orange: ‘Collateral Damage’ in Vietnam,” a photographic examination of the death, deformities and suffering caused by the use of that defoliant. The book is a follow-up to his classic “Vietnam Inc.”

Henri Cartier-Bresson said “Not since Goya has anyone portrayed war like Philip Jones Griffiths.” Agent Orange continues to take a heavy toll among both Vietnamese and Americans.

To help raise awareness on the issue of Agent Orange the team created a full-page ad in The New York Times Book Review, May 1, 2005, to promote the book.