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The Family Imprint

The Family Imprint is an intimate story of my family, as my parents underwent parallel treatments for stage-four cancer. The story is about life and love more than cancer and death. In a sense, it reads and feels like a scrapbook—and is filled with decades of saved loved letters, keepsakes and other clues about our lives, enriching the larger story which I had been photographing for a few years already. The project, which was formally known as Cancer Family Ongoing, was published nationally and internationally, including multiple pieces in the New York Times and has received international awards and recognition. 

The book is now available for Pre-order here: 

 

 

 

I'm excited to announce the dates for my book tour - click here for complete info! For updates regarding international book launches and events, sign up for my newsletter and visit Facebook

Lots of love, 

Nancy 

Book Tour
Locations: NY & DC
For complete information and to RSVP, click here. 

May 16 - Anastasia Photo, Exhibition Opening & Book Launch
143 Ludlow Street, NYC, 6-9PM 

May 20 - Union College, Author Talk & Book Signing
Everest Lounge, 807 Union Street, Schenectady, NY, 2:30-3:30PM 

May 23 - Chappaqua Library, Author Talk & Book Signing
195 South Greeley Ave, Chappaqua, NY, 7:00-9PM 

May 24, Turn of the Corkscrew, Books & Wine, Author Talk & Book Signing
110 N Park Ave, Rockville Centre, NY, 7-9:30pm 

May 31 - International Center of Photography (@ the School), Panel Discussion & Book Signing
1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, NYC, 7:30-9PM 

June 1 - The Penumbra Foundation, Book Celebration and Party
36 East 30th Street’ NYC, 7-9:30pm
***Special reception for Kickstarter backers from 6-7pm*** 

June 6 - Sibley Memorial Hospital, Author Talk and Book Signing
Building A, Floor 1, Conference Rooms 1 and 2, 5215 Loughboro Road, NW, Washington, DC, 6-7:30pm 

The Family Imprint, the book

The Family Imprint is an intimate story of my family, as my parents underwent parallel treatments for stage-four cancer. The story is about life and love more than cancer and death. In a sense, it reads and feels like a scrapbook—and is filled with decades of saved loved letters, keepsakes and other clues about our lives, enriching the larger story which I had been photographing for a few years already. The project, which was formally known as Cancer Family Ongoing, was published nationally and internationally, including multiple pieces in the New York Times and has received international awards and recognition.