Big things are coming! 2018 is going to be a great year hope all of you are off to a good start.
Because my Instagram is the @adryanhanson show here's a new one I took while working on a new project with him. #mcg
Markelle, the club’s fastest runner, says dancing allows him to express his authentic self: “This is something I used to do as a kid. I found joy in it. And I had to refind that joy in this environment that can be real cold and dark and very wicked. My expression of dance makes me happy, and it helps me in my time of incarceration.” This is Jianca Lazarus @jianca_lazarus sharing images from inside San Quentin State Prison as a set photographer for "26.2 to Life: The San Quentin Prison Marathon," a documentary feature currently in production about running and redemption inside and beyond the walls of California's oldest prison. @sqmarathon The film chronicles a year in the life of San Quentin's 1000 Mile Club, the prison's running group, whose incarcerated members train with volunteer coaches throughout the year for an annual 26.2 mile race --105 laps around the prison's lower yard. As the men prepare for this grueling athletic feat, they also confront the challenges of aging, getting an education and maintaining family relationships behind bars, all while grappling with the reality that they may never again see life on the outside. Here are images from the training session just before the 2017 11th Annual San Quentin Marathon and the race itself.
To learn more about the film go to: www.sanquentinmarathon.com // facebook: san quentin marathon // twitter: sqmarathondoc