From Annabel Grossman’s article for the Daily Mail:

A photographer has spent the last three years capturing the men and women of the U.S Marshals working in dozens of cities across the country.

Brian Finke documented America’s oldest federal law enforcement agency by following their daily lives as they transport criminals, protect witnesses and track down some of the most dangerous fugitives in the United States.

His latest book differs significantly from his previous publications, having successful shadowed the world of American footballers, cheerleaders, flight attendants and construction.

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