Dads, published by powerHouse Books. It showcases portraits and profiles of gay men raising children across the U.S—in Alabama, Nebraska, New York, Utah, Minnesota, California and beyond.“It has made me feel less lonely in being a gay father,” he says of the four-year-project. “Differences unite.
We are all pioneers and trying to figure out how to do this.”Bart may have a decade of fatherhood under his belt, but he’s not presenting himself as an expert on parenting.”“Many books have been, and will be, written about this debate,” he says. “With Dads, I just wanted to make a book with photographs that everybody can relate to.