“I knew a man who once said, ‘Death smiles at us all; all a man can do is smile back.’” – From the 2000 film “Gladiator”
Leslie Spurlock is a photojournalist, storm chaser, and creative portrait artist. She lived with the rebels in Haiti for 3 weeks when they ousted President Aristide, photographed Tropical Storm Jeanne that killed 3000 people in Haiti, covered many hurricanes and natural disasters, and 17 protests across the US during 2020. Her work has been published in many publications including Time, Wall Street Journal, Mother Jones, NY Post, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, Miami Herald, Austin American Statesman, Daily Mail, ABC, CNN, and Yahoo.
Barrio de Jalatlaco
Catrina of Dia de los Muertos
Leslie A Spurlock
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