Carol Hall, 77, heads to the sink to put away her dishes after a morning meal of two slices of toast and a cup of coffee with a splash of 2% milk in her Plainfield, NJ home on Friday, September 28, 2019. in 2016 she showed symptoms of dementia and was confirmed a year later through medical testing in 2018. In her last few months of life the disease took a toll on her mind and body where had multiple daily mini strokes, lost of sight, organ failure, inaudible utterances, insomnia, surges, responses, some conversation, loss of sight, and feel. She passed away in July 2020. (©Brian B Price/TheFotoDesk).

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Brian Branch-Price began his career as a freelancer for the Washington Post, then staffing with the News Journal in Wilmington, DE followed up with the Associated Press in Trenton, NJ. As a content provider Brian contracts with Zuma Press and also focuses on portraiture, reportage and fine art photography.

Brian worked for Ebony magazine, GM, Ford Motor Company, The National Urban League, The Positive Community Magazine, Zuma Press Images, The Washington Post Magazine.

Brian had several art exhibits at the Plainfield Public Library on his legendary Black gospel artists and veterans that included over 20,000 visitors. Brian’s work also appeared at the Delaware Historical Society.

Brian earned a B.S in Environmental Geology and a minor in Fine Arts from Howard University. Brian enjoys cycling and am a member the Major Taylor Cycling Club of New Jersey, American Society of Media Photographers and The National Association of Black Journalists: Visual Task Force and VTF Parliamentarian.

Brian's hero’s are his parents, his children, Moneta Sleet, Jr, Roland Freeman and hometown photographers Irvin Penn and Margaret Bourke White.

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