The woman with the necessary knowledge and skills can apply for any it job.
A female butcher, a female firefighter, a carpenter and truck driver became a heroine of the photo project of Chris Chrisman (Chris Crisman) “Women’s work” (“Women’s Work”).
Photoset consists of portraits of women who successfully completed the professions that are traditionally considered masculine. The project photographer was inspired by his own children. His series of photographs, Chrisman wanted to show them that man is free to choose any profession, not just the one that fits his gender role in society.
Firefighter mindy Gabriel (Gabriel Mindy) of upper Arlington, Ohio.
World of Nakashima (Mira Nakashima), a designer and woodworker in the woodworking company Woodworking George Nakashima in new hope, Pennsylvania.
Leanne Johnson (Leeann Johnson), the driver of the truck in gold mine Round Mountain in Nevada.
Farmer, Nancy Poly (Nancy Poli) of Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania.
Carol Worn (Carol Warn), the employee gold mine, Marigold Mining Company Valmy, Nevada.
Jordan Ainsworth (Ainsworth Jordan), an employee of the gold mine in Round Mountain, Round mountain, Nevada.
Alison Goldblum (Alison Goldblum), gastroidea from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Heather Marold Thomason (Heather Marold Thomason), a butcher and the owner of Primal Supply Meats in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Sadie Samuels (Samuels Sadie), which is engaged in fishing of lobster in Rockport, Maine.
Kristina Burris (Burris Christina), brewer in company St. Benjamin Brewing Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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