A selection of images from Corrections was selected for publication in the October issue of VICE Magazine, which investigates the American Criminal Justice System. VICE photo editor, Elizabeth Renstrom, wrote a brief and succinct introduction for the article.
"The work challenges our attitudes about these young offenders. We know nothing of their crimes and what they've done in the past, so what we're left to think about is their experience of near constant surveillance, appropriate at a time when the omnipresence of technology and arguments about national security have brought privacy concerns into our daily lives. Corrections brings up questions about whether surveillance prevents criminal behavior, who it is intended to protect, where it fits in with rehabilitation tools like education or therapy, and about the psychological effect it has on kids."