Work In Progress
dana ullman
Apr 14, 2015

Amony Vicky, 24, spent time in prison for defending herself in a domestic violence situation. Not able to go back to the situation out of fear and stress, she lives with temporarily with a family member and deals with the stigma of being formerly incarcerated and stresses of a single mother. Her school funding was pulled due to her sentence and she is unable to earn a living while caring for her two children. Vicky shared her story with me for the project Another Kind of Prison which illuminates the gender-based issues and social constructs women face outside prison internationally, which are not addressed by incarceration.

I am currently based in Uganda until June 2015 to complete this chapter of my project with support from the Puffin Foundation. I am also available for assignments.

Please contact me via email or mobile: 757 502 896


Dana Ullman is an international photographer and writer based in New York's Hudson Valley and Ærø, Denmark. Her work explores the intersection of labor, agriculture and human rights globally, with a particular focus on North America, Scandinavia, and East Africa.
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