In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, award-winning photographer Joe McNally captured stunning life-sized portraits and emotionally raw interviews of New York City’s survivors and first responders. Ten years later, McNally re-photographed and re-interviewed many of his original subjects, capturing how their lives had changed in the decade since the attacks.

To showcase these new photographs while also honoring his original artistic vision, McNally paired original portraits with their contemporaries, creating a moving tribute to the resiliency of the survivors. Working as a part of a creative team, I helped design and produce graphics that accompanied the portraits, and assisted in the exhibit installation. This exhibit was originally on display at the Time Warner Center for the tenth anniversary of September 11; many of the portraits are now featured in the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.
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