Tyler Stableford is serious about his service to others. Seriously intrepid. He and his wife adopted their son from Ethiopia in 2009. A few months later, he was “so deeply invested” in the humanitarian group that facilitated the adoption, he offered to shoot a documentary for them. The only problem — he hadn’t made a documentary before.
“I try to reduce my fear of trying new things, of holding myself back,” he told me late last month. He was in Los Angeles to give an IRIS Lecture at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles as part of their Extreme Exposure exhibition.
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