The Trauma of Life on Skid Row, in Photos - Feature Shoot

Genevine and Jennifer Old Roses Little Cat, Skid Row Los Angeles photographer Suzanne Stein recently posted a picture of a badly abused, sick cat from Skid Row on her Instagram…

She has been photographing life on Skid Row since the fall of 2015, and in the last year, Suzanne Stein has borne witness to the acute suffering of others. She’s heard firsthand from survivors of rape and abuse. She’s befriended people who are addicted to heroin. She’s been in the presence of infections and illness, true life and death situations. And throughout all of it, a fundamental decency and humanity have remained at the heart of all her images. 

Announcing the Winners of the Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards! - Feature Shoot

We received an overwhelming amount of outstanding submissions to this year’s Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards, and after weeks of a competitive jurying process, we are thrilled to announce a…

Feature Shoot Editor-in-Chief Alison Zavos has selected five photographers to win the cash prize of $750. Her winning photographers are Mary Shannon Johnstone, Suzanne Stein, Benoit Paille, Michael Joseph, and Diana Bagnoli.

Painful But Unforgettable Portraits of Life on Skid Row - Feature Shoot

“Get the fuck out of the car already, because if you don’t, you’ll never forgive yourself,” photographer Suzanne Stein told herself as she passed by Jennifer’s tent on Skid Row. She’d been photographing the faces of the area since October of the previous

“Get the f*ck out of the car already, because if you don’t, you’ll never forgive yourself,” photographer Suzanne Stein told herself as she passed by Jennifer’s tent on Skid Row. She’d been photographing the faces of the area since October of the previous year, but this block could be unpredictable, and she was frightened. Still, Jennifer was worth the risk.