Ed Lederman has been a professional photographer in New York City for more than 30 years. He was the lead photographer on the construction of the Whitney Museum, a featured photographer for the New York City Marathon and he’s photographed everyone from JK Rowling to Stephen Sondheim to Stephen King.
Once he found himself sheltered at home like the rest of us, he quickly grew bored and started looking for a purpose. He says the purpose found him. He talks to Growing Bolder about his new project, documenting the at-home lives of Americans across the country. He explains how he collaborates with subjects and reveals how you can get involved. If you want to take part, email him at [email protected]