Thomas Ryan Redcorn Featured in Washington Post article on Portraits of Osage Women

Thomas Ryan Redcorn Featured in Washington Post article on Portraits of Osage Women

Posted By Corinne Oestreich February 6th, 2019 Blog

Thomas Ryan Redcorn is a photographer and founding member of comedy troupe 1491s from Osage Nation Oklahoma.

Redcorn wrote a fantastic article on his photography and the importance of representing Osage women in today's context.

To read the whole article click here. 

“My collaborative approach for these portraits respects the person, the space, the voice and the time the photo is being taken. Through this lens, these women’s voices and values emerge. These values have always been central to the Osage community. They carry with them respect, generosity, fairness, adaptation, prayer and humor.”

Photo by Thomas Ryan Redcorn

View more of his photography!

 


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About Corinne Oestreich

Corinne Oestreich (Mohawk/Lakota) has been a writer with powwows.com since 2014. She lives in the state of CA, and enjoys attending and photographing many of the Northern CA powwows and events. She owns her own photography business and is also a Fellow with Changemaker Initiative in partnership with Ashoka.



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