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Maggie’s two children, Kayden, four, and Memphis, nearly two, were not Shane’s, but from her then-estranged husband.
Shane and Maggie had started dating a month prior to meeting me, and Shane told me about his struggles with addiction and that he had spent much of his life in prison.
Maggie shared her experience losing her mother to a drug overdose at the age of eight, and having the challenges of raising two small children alone while their father, who was in the Army, was stationed in Afghanistan.
Before they drove home, I asked if I could continue to document them, and they agreed.
Shane attacked Maggie, throwing her into chairs, pushing her up against the wall and choking her in front of her daughter, Memphis. I was fortunate that the responding officers were well educated on First Amendment laws and did not try to stop me from taking pictures.
After I confirmed one of the housemates had called the police, I then continued to document the abuse — my instincts as a photojournalist began kicking in. At first, Maggie did not want to cooperate with the officers who led Shane away in handcuffs, but soon after, she changed her mind and gave a statement about the incident.
On June 25, 2013, Sara Naomi Lewkowicz won the 2013 Ville de Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award for her work documenting Domestic Violence, to be awarded later this year at Visa Pour l' Image in Perpignan.
I never thought it could happen to me, but it could," she told me. When you're driving it, you think ' I might get pulled over and get a ticket.' You never think that you're going to crash."The Violence Against Women Act, which provides funding to help victims of domestic violence, was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1994, and is now up for re-authorization.I have continued to follow Maggie since the abuse, and I've also begun working closely with photographer Donna Ferrato, who first began documenting domestic violence 30 years ago.Since that November night, Maggie has moved to Alaska to be with the father of her two children, who is stationed in Anchorage.In an assignment for TIME in March 2013, Lewkowicz visited Maggie and her family in Alaska to document their life as they continue to move on from the incident.Click here to jump to the newest images added to the story and here to see a new multimedia video produced by Lewkowicz for TIME.
I had gone to the Millersport Sweet Corn Festival to shoot my first assignment for an editorial photography class.