The first time I made a photograph in Viet Nam was when I was a soldier during our war there. On my most recent visit I began making portraits of Viet Cong, the revolutionary soldiers who fought against us. The images were made in Quang Ngai Province, a place that was extremely hostile to the French and then us. As I see it, the portraits are equal parts homage and reconciliation.
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