The Boston Uncornered Photo Project is the newest installation at the Seaport Common.
You’ll find thirty eight-foot photographs of athletes, celebrities, political figures, business leaders, and those that were previously involved with gangs or violence.
Each photo is accompanied by a story from that individual illustrating a time in their life when they had to be resilient.
Mark Culliton, Boston Uncornered CEO and Founder explains the purpose is “to show that gang-involved young people are no different than you or I.”
Everyone knows what it's like to feel "cornered." The moving project is run as a non-profit with the mission to give youth involved in gangs, crew, or violence the tools they need to create a better situation or become "uncornered."
The portraits are on display in the Seaport Common until Friday, October 30, 2020.