12 Portraits of People “Right Before They Die”
“It is more important to know what sort of person has a disease than to know what sort of disease a person has.”
This wisdom, originally attributed to Hippocrates who lived until 377 BC, rings true in the photography of Andrew George, whose project “Right Before I Die” is a striking meditation on life and loss. The Los Angeles-based artist captures humble yet heartbreaking portraits of everyday people in their final moments of life, forced to confront the daunting reality of death until it meets them head on.
To read about the person behind each portrait, click HERE.