Step 1. Come to a decision about whether participating would be right for you. Take your time. Reflect on it. Talk it over. Please feel free to contact David Lisak with any and all questions at: email@example.com
Step 2. You and I decide, after reflection and discussion, that it’s a good match. At this point you will be asked to read and sign a “consent and release” form to allow your portrait and other information you provide to be used on the project web site and other public exhibitions.
Important: Participants can, at any time, choose to withdraw consent and have their portrait and biographical narrative removed from the Bristlecone exhibition.
Step 3. We meet in person, at a place you are comfortable, for a biographical interview of approximately one hour, followed by the portrait photography session. In addition to the individual portrait, if everyone is agreeable, photographs of significant others (family, partner, friends) or of you in other venues (work place, etc.) may be taken.
Step 4. As numbers increase, the web-based Bristlecone exhibition will be accompanied by local exhibitions in public venues featuring men from those communities — “Bristlecone Los Angeles,” “Bristlecone Boston,” “Bristlecone New Mexico,” etc.
Again, please feel free to contact me with any and all questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.