Sea of Faces | See Their Faces

O’Loughlin Photography, with the support of The Foundation for Survivors of Abuse,  is thrilled to launch Sea of Faces | See Their Faces; a collaborative photography project born from conversations over the years with legislators about time limitations preventing child sexual abuse survivors from seeking justice. The breadth and depth of the impact of child sexual abuse can be difficult for others to understand. Survivors are not broken but instead are strong, beautiful, courageous individuals. Survivors deserve access to the judicial system regardless of the amount of time that has passed.


An exhibition opening in a Washington D.C. gallery. The walls are covered from ceiling to floor with image after image after image of survivor headshots – the sea, an unending sea of survivors. Throughout the sea are stories – portraits – of child sexual abuse survivors from across the United States of America and Puerto Rico. The portraits are the survivors’ statement of who they are at that moment in time. A moment that captures their current story. See their faces. Later, the exhibition will be broken down, packaged and shipped to advocacy organizations in Puerto Rico and all U.S. states for education designed to raise awareness about the pervasiveness and effects of child sexual abuse.

Are you interested in participating, donating, or working to support this project? Learn more here.

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