PHOTO JOURNAL: April Saul

Jul 29, 2013
At a field of crosses created to draw attention to the record homicide rate in Camden, NJ, the most dangerous city in America, Lisa Anderson cried in memory of her son, Lateaf, who was shot and killed by the jealous ex-boyfriend of a female friend. Photograph by April Saul
At a field of crosses created to draw attention to the record homicide rate in Camden, NJ, the most dangerous city in America, Lisa Anderson cried in memory of her son, Lateaf, who was shot and killed by the jealous ex-boyfriend of a female friend. Photograph by April Saul

DURHAM, NC (July 29, 2013) – Photojournalist April Saul proved that a woman could be a mom and build an award-wining 30-year career shooting stories that are "closer to home." 

In the latest installment of Jim Colton's "Photo Journal" series for NPPA, Saul talks about her journey, her recent award-winning projects – including her work documenting stories in Camden, NJ – and the rewards of following her heart. 

You can read the latest installment of Photo Journal online here.