Tabitha Soren

Tabitha Soren

Fine art photographer and former reporter

A fine art photographer and former reporter.

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In 2002, photographer Tabitha Soren found 21 men who were on the brink of becoming professional athletes. They were members of Oakland A’s draft class.

‘Fantasy Life’ chronicles dreams and downfalls of baseball players

In 2002, photographer Tabitha Soren found 21 men who were on the brink of becoming professional athletes. They were members of Oakland A’s draft class.

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