Zac A. Clark is a young man from the Southwest Side of Chicago, who envies the homestead his grandparents built on the outskirts of Kalamazoo, MI. He has worked with Emmy-award winning filmmakers, Pulitzer-prize nominated photojournalists, had his photography featured at the Detroit Institute of Arts, and has worked around the continent. He believes in telling true stories, within fiction or non-fiction. He earned his quarter life crisis September 2016.
Detroit 48217 is Michigan's most polluted zip-code, and these are portraits of its environment. Zac A. Clark was a stranger there.