International Women’s Day — Kimberly, a work in progress

On international woman’s day I offer up a few photographs and a video of my dear friend Kim, a courageous woman I met in London in 1990 when she was a teenager living on the street fleeing sexual abuse. Kim’s been a huge part of my life ever since. She moved to New York in the early 1990’s and I’ve photographed her on and off but never published any images. I’m concerned I won’t have much time left with her, so I’ve started to organize the work — my photos and videos and her materials – drawings, poems, writings, her early family photographs, hospital reports, etc. She’s worthy of at least a book or a film. All photographs © Nina Berman.

4 thoughts on “International Women’s Day — Kimberly, a work in progress”

  1. what i don’t understand about this story how this woman came to the US after having lived on the streets in London. you need money to get to the US. how was she not sent back to England…

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