Hannah Fukuchi, 5, stands for a portrait at the Aizu center in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima. Hannah and her family are evacuees from Aizu to Fukui prefecture, which is located in the north-central part of Japan. Her mother, who is Japanese and her German father not only fear that radiation levels are too high for children and local government is not telling the truth to the people but also how discrimination will impact their child's life in the future. 3.6.14

Brian Driscoll

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 Brian is a documentary photographer, a native New Yorker, currently based in New York City. His humanistic interest in photography began after exploring Central America. Soon after he enrolled in film classes at The School of Visual Arts. For the next few years, he had the privilege of working on various projects in the independent film industry. He again found himself wanting to explore on a higher level in the field of still photography, focusing on personal projects and assignments.

Brian is a 2010 graduate of the documentary and photojournalism program at The International Center of Photography, where he was a recipient of the Director's fellowship. His work has been exhibited at festivals and galleries nationally and internationally including powerHouse arena in Brooklyn and the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow.