7x7” image on 8x10” paper
Gelatin silver print
The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) has worked to lessen the suffering inflicted on animals by people since 1951. Currently, AWI is especially committed to stopping the cruel practices associated with industrial agriculture and to supporting high-welfare family farms. AWI also works to encourage humane wildlife management and fights for the protection of endangered species. In the past, AWI has aided the successful passage of the Animal Welfare Act and the Endangered Species Act, among others, and it continues to support legislation that benefits animals in need.
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Ellen Rennard is a photographer, writer, and teacher living in Groton, Massachusetts. She earned a BA in Independent Studies from Princeton University and an MA in English from Middlebury. Images from her book project on The Downs at Albuquerque have won various awards and have been exhibited widely in group and solo exhibitions. Her photographs have appeared in numerous publications, including Orion, Shots, Black and White Magazine, and others; Ellen also currently writes for Fraction Magazine and photo-eye. She is represented by Panopticon Gallery in Boston and by Kevin Longino.