This is a Ted Talk about poverty and homelessness in America.
Patrick’s personal mission is to create photographs that matter. While sharing his search for the truth, he asks, “Would you like coffee in a sock, or do you prefer to drink the Kool-Aid?
Patrick runs one of the most sought-after photography studios in Greenville. Known for work that’s expressive and relevant, his commercial and photojournalistic photography has been featured in publications both local and international.
He launched Cox Photography in late 2001, re-framing his career with an emphasis on work-life balance. Cox Photography is the most sought-after studio in town for work that’s creative and consistent. Clients seek Patrick out for his breadth and depth of experience. His photojournalism is featured in publications both local and international, from At Home in the Upstate to National Geographic.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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