You have to be very careful. The greatest thing is to create a very safe environment, and make sure the images are used to really celebrate diversity, without restriction. The exploitation is so far removed, because in the old days, when they would photograph a kid, those were exploitative photographs -with a black bar across the eyes to protect their privacy. But now families chase me, asking for photographs, because nobody wants to be seen as a disease or diagnoses. ALWAYS as a person. So the exploitation is gone, because we aren’t selling product, we aren’t selling images - the images are given to RAISE awareness on a big scale. To create opportunities so we can break through the exploitation’s, the negative things of the past. To see the beauty of these individuals. All the exhibitions we do around the world, whether in a fancy gallery, the Smithsonian, or a mall - it’s always faces mounted on highly mounted glass or plexi. So as you approach the piece you see the energy of the eyes, the movement, their face, and you’re also aware of your OWN reflection. It goes from being about THEM to being about US. And that’s so important. That we know it’s about US. ALL OF US. And there you have it.