Marilyn Humphries is an independent photojournalist from Salem, MA, whose work documents issues of social concern, particularly of the lesbian and gay community and the women's movement over the past ten years. Additionally, Marilyn's photographs cover health care issues, particularly reproductive rights, breast cancer and AIDS, welfare rights, domestic violence, and labor issues.
Marilyn Humphries Photography
Photographs like the one above (taken October 8, 1988 at the AIDS Candlelight March and Vigil in Washington, DC) have appeared in newspapers like Bay Windows, The Boston Phoenix, Gay Community News, Roxbury Community News, Sojourner: The Woman's Forum, and South End News, as well as in Barrons, MS Magazine, The New York Times, and U.S. News and World Report. Other work includes editorial and public relations materials for organizations and businesses in the Boston area and landscape and fine arts photography. Currently she is a member of Impact Visuals Photo and Graphics, a stock and news agency in New York City. Her work on social and political activism has been exhibited in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
For more information, call (508) 740-9844 or check out www.humphriesphotography.com.
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