Michael Forster Rothbart | The Sun Magazine

Michael Forster Rothbart

Michael Forster Rothbart spent six years as a photojournalist working on projects about Chernobyl and Fukushima, and his new book, Would You Stay?, depicts the people residing near those nuclear-disaster sites. He lives in Oneonta, New York, and takes photographs for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many universities. He tells his side of his brother Davy’s essay “Summit Fever,” also in this issue, at his website: mfrphoto.com.

— From January 2014
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