Cobblers, Carpenters, Baristas: Portraits of Americans at Work
Photos by Caleb Ferguson
In the summer of 2012, photographer Caleb Ferguson traveled from coast to coast, documenting Americans in their diverse places of work.
This photo essay was originally published by the Global Oneness Project and is reposted here with permission.
Caleb Ferguson is a freelance photographer working in New York City. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Herald Tribune, the Village Voice, and Newsday.
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