Well, here's the story with this: I was throwing something into the dumpster at my apartment building, when I noticed a framed school portrait of a little girl. I looked closer and found an entire box of photos on what looked like a waist high pile of moving trash.
The box of photos turned out to be owned by one Brian Charron (dmv notice, circa 1987), husband, father of two, and gay SF leather daddy. There are piles of baby photos of his two kids, pictures of birthdays, dune buggy races, motorcycle trips, drag ensemble performances, and wild parties. There is a handwritten (and later edited) letter written by brian, addressed to "all the people who I love so much but have treated so badly", apologizing for his lifestlye.
It's a pretty incredible find... but I have NO idea what to do with it.
I've looked for this guy online, no luck. I can't imagine what this stuff would be doing in the trash unless he's died. So I'm going to keep looking, but if I can't locate him or one of the kids, I'd like to honor his memory somehow.
An art show? Some of the photos are good enough to go into one, especially with the story. Or put them into some albums? Donate the G-rated ones to a preschool?
I'd like to hear craftster's ideas...