Redheaded Peckerwood is a work with a tragic underlying narrative – the story of 19 year old Charles Starkweather and 14 year old Caril Ann Fugate who murdered ten people, including Fugate’s family, during a three day killing spree across Nebraska to the point of their capture in Douglas, Wyoming. The images record places and things central to the story, depict ideas inspired by it, and capture other moments and discoveries along the way.

MACK - Christian Patterson - Redheaded Peckerwood (signed first edition copy)

John Gossage - The Pond - Photography Book - Aperture Foundation

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William Eggleston

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"Infra" by Richard Mosse

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