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Katie Lousiana Revisited part 5 May 2013 Fisherman, Drew Sawyer, “Ringo” aboard the “Loretta Ann” (named after Drew’s ex-wife)
“There’s no crab, no shrimp, no grouper…the bottom doesn’t look right to me," says fisherman Drew Sawyer. Photo by Katie Oxford
Katie Lousiana Revisited part 5 May 2013 Dean Blanchard
The documentary included numerous interviews, one of which was with a fisherman from Grand Isle, La. Dean Blanchard of Dean Blanchard Seafood Inc.  Photo by Katie Oxford
Katie Lousiana Revisited part 5 May 2013 Oil on Dean’s porch
Small globs of oil sat in a blue tub of water on Dean's porch, looking alive. Photo by Katie Oxford
Katie Lousiana Revisited part 5 May 2013 “The larger pieces, dried, sat on a bench like people.”
The larger pieces, dried, sat on a bench like people. Dead. Photo by Katie Oxford
Katie Lousiana Revisited part 5 May 2013 Drew Sawyer and “Ringo.”
Drew Sawyer and Ringo Photo by Katie Oxford
Katie Lousiana Revisited part 5 May 2013 Drew’s fishing boat, the “Loretta Ann” docked at Dean Blanchard Seafood
Drew’s fishing boat, the “Loretta Ann,” docked at Dean Blanchard Seafood Photo by Katie Oxford
Katie Lousiana Revisited part 5 May 2013 Drew Sawyer. Fisherman
“Well, usually you see stuff moving around down there, you know?  But now, there’s just nothing.”  Photo by Katie Oxford