Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez (right) is trying to raise awareness for Johnson County’s homeless population by photographing and interviewing people like Randi (left), a woman who was forced to live in her car after losing her home last year. Rodriguez’s photos and handwritten stories are featured in her new book, “Homeless, Not Invisible.”
Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez (right) is trying to raise awareness for Johnson County’s homeless population by photographing and interviewing people like Randi (left), a woman who was forced to live in her car after losing her home last year. Rodriguez’s photos and handwritten stories are featured in her new book, “Homeless, Not Invisible.” Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez (right) is trying to raise awareness for Johnson County’s homeless population by photographing and interviewing people like Randi (left), a woman who was forced to live in her car after losing her home last year. Rodriguez’s photos and handwritten stories are featured in her new book, “Homeless, Not Invisible.” Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com