Candid Portraits of America’s Street Kids

Donato Di Camillo didn’t mean to start photographing the “Krusties,” as he calls them. Instead, Di Camillo was working on a photo book about Coney Island which brought him into daily contact with the transient community, mostly comprised of societal dropouts who circulate through urban areas, scrounging for change. 

His interest was immediately piqued and he began spending time with them, eventually forming real friendships. The trust he built allowed him to take candid photographs,…

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