Excellent review from Midwest Book Review!
Critique: A pleasure to simply browse through one page at a time, “Finding Home: Portraits and Memories of Immigrants” is a unique and extraordinary contribution to our current and on-going national dialogue over immigration. Beautifully illustrated throughout with full color photography “Finding Home” is a coffee-table style volume (10.1 x 10.6 x 11.4 inches) that will prove to be a welcome and appreciated addition to personal, community, college, and university library Contemporary American Photography collections and would well serve as a template for similar immigration oriented projects.
“Not only does [Becky] beautifully present her subjects photographically, but she also allows them to share their individual experiences with us in their own words – a true labor of love.”
– Gary Samson, Professor Emeritus of Photography, Artist Laureate of New Hampshire, 2017-2020
“This book, through its pictures and commentary, depicts the beginning of that time-honored transition from refugee to becoming contributing members of New Hampshire civic life. …[T]heir sacrifice, courage, motivation and hard work are in the tradition of many immigrants who came before them, and serve as an inspiration to us all.”
– George Bruno, Esq., US Ambassador (Ret.)