Photo book documenting 9/11 through the lens of the closest surviving photographer Mark Roddenberry. Contains never before seen images.
Mark Roddenberry is a portrait photographer who was living in lower Manhattan during the 9/11 attacks. His studio was located eight blocks north of the World Trade Center Complex. When the second tower collapsed, Mark was the closest photographer that survived. His eyewitness story offers a unique insight into what it was like to be there on that fateful day.
So we should give you money because you were there taking pictures? I’d rather give money to Al-Qaeda, who actually own the rights to 9/11 photography. They’ll sew you, meaning they’ll sew your head to an American flag.