The good-looking one, the one in need, the one that almost was
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Lloyd Degrane is a freelance photographer whose work has appeared in numerous photography journals, and regularly in the Chicago Tribune Magazine and the Chicago Reader. He lives in Chicago.
DeGrane began taking photographs of people watching television in the mid-eighties. His first subjects were friends and family. Later, he sought out people who watched TV in unique or unusual ways, in their homes, apartments, dormitories, and prison cells. “I would always enter a person’s home with a certain reverence or respect, as a traveler might come upon a holy place,” he says.