The SCAR Project: Breast Cancer Is Not a Pink Ribbon.
Hardcover. 126 pages containing 50 portraits of young breast cancer survivors, as well as an autobiographical sketch by each woman, describing her experience with breast cancer. The SCAR Project is an exhibition of large-scale portraits of young breast cancer survivors shot by fashion photographer David Jay.
Wall Street Journal: "Ambling along a New York street, a poster grabbed me by the throat. A young woman with a mastectomy scar and pregnant. "Breast Cancer is Not a Pink Ribbon," it said. And, of course, they are right."
Psychology Today: "An incredibly moving and thought provoking work."
British Medical Journal: "It haunted me . . . a photographic exhibition, The SCAR Project: Surviving Cancer, Absolute Reality. They got me. And it will get you too."
AOL: "Powerful Images of Young Survivors."
Le Post France: "Through his photographs, David Jay shows (finally!) the true reality of cancer."