What do Jesus of Nazareth, Halle Berry, David Letterman, Benjamin Franklin and Shania Twain have in common? They all experienced periods of homelessness in their lives. Aaron Sexton, a senior art student at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), used documentary photography to tell the untold stories of a small population of homeless men and women in the Huntsville area. For Sexton, the controversial art project was fueled in part by inspiration, and a challenge by UAH art professor David Stewart's poignant question: "Can truth be found in art?" "This theory really perplexed me and I searched and searched for the truth in art, without much success. Finally, I turned to my own work and it occurred to me the truth could be captured with photography." Thinking he would have easier access to photographing individuals and collecting personal histories outside of Huntsville, Sexton headed to his hometown of New Orleans. But, he soon realized he was not as detached from the issue of homelessness as he thought.