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  • Local photographer uses her camera to shine a light on the homeless in Johnson County

    Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez, 70, focuses her camera on the homeless in Johnson County, the most affluent county in Kansas. Rodriguez, a mom, grandmother and a great-grandmother, is a former IT worker who has found her passion as an artist photographing the homeless and bringing awareness to those who struggle to get by.

Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez, 70, focuses her camera on the homeless in Johnson County, the most affluent county in Kansas. Rodriguez, a mom, grandmother and a great-grandmother, is a former IT worker who has found her passion as an artist photographing the homeless and bringing awareness to those who struggle to get by. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez, 70, focuses her camera on the homeless in Johnson County, the most affluent county in Kansas. Rodriguez, a mom, grandmother and a great-grandmother, is a former IT worker who has found her passion as an artist photographing the homeless and bringing awareness to those who struggle to get by. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Photographer Sharon Rodriguez sees the invisible homeless of Johnson County

December 10, 2016 7:00 AM