“We all bring our own baggage to what we see as we look at images. I don’t expect that people will see my images the same or the way I envisioned them. The image needs to articulate the information, whether it is abstract or has heavy social content. I want people to look at my work and ask questions of themselves. That, to me, is successful.” —Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe
In 2016, Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe sat down with Joseph Montebello for the Litchfield County Times. In a discussion that spans her early life, family and career, she speaks about how she came to photography and what her goals are when taking a photograph. They also recount the books she has published and her nonprofit work promoting Arthur Ashe’s legacy. You can read the full interview here.