Cheryl Dunn talks about NYC photographer Jill Freedman and her candid cop reportage that feature in Dunn's new doc Everybody Street.

Cheryl Dunn talks about NYC photographer Jill Freedman and her candid cop reportage that feature in Dunn's new doc Everybody Street.

In the third and last of our three-part series on Cheryl Dunn and her new NYC street photography documentary Everybody Street the rigorous archivist talks about the voracious approach of Jill Freedman, an NYC photographer who was able to infiltrate the city’s cop community and document them from the inside out.

“She just didn’t give a shit,” says Cheryl. “Everything was for her photography. She created a document that was one of a kind.”

You can read more about Cheryl Dunn and see a selection of her work in HUCK 41: The Documentary Photography Special.