Petty Crimes/ Photography/ Art Direction

Photo series created in response to’s March issue on crime; specifically the question of what constitutes a criminal. We decided to look at the ridiculous side of everyday "crimes", in order to investigate a darker side - what is designated illegal and what is not. The goal of the series is to highlight the frequency with which ordinary people commit what is officially known as a 'crime', and question where the line between moral ambiguity and societal condemnation lies.

Pictured below are portraits of the everyday criminal and the articles of their crime, presented as evidence.

Read the pitch here

Collaborator:  Lina Fisher