My Brother's War

  • Photographer
    Jessica Hines
  • Prize
    1st Place / Book/Monograph
  • Jury Top 5 Selection

    Marie Monteleone

    Gloria Crespo MacLennan The author makes a skillful and evocative use of different resources to retrace the dramatic life journey of her brother. A very intensely personal document that speaks about the barbaric nature of war and therefore extrapolates to the universal.

  • Date of Photograph
  • Technical Info
    Created with iPhone Xs Max and Leica Q

My Brother’s War tells the story of a soldier, Gary Hines, and his younger sister’s search to understand the circumstances surrounding his life with Post Traumatic Stress -- and his untimely death by his own hand ten years after returning home from the Vietnam war. This work is the often untold story of loss, grief, hope, healing, love, and living in the aftermath of war—both for a veteran and for his family and friends. My Brother’s War makes reference to families worldwide that have lost and are presently losing loved ones to war. Hines’ work seeks to inspire, as the only alternative,

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