This 2014 Pulitzer Prize-winning photo essay almost never was. When Josh Haner of the New York Times arrived at the hospital to photograph Jeff Bauman, the Boston Marathon spectator who became the face of the carnage, he was told to leave. The hospital didn't want him there and neither did Bauman's mother. But Haner was persistent and over a three month period was able to earn the family's trust and produce an incredible story about Bauman's recovery. The photos on display start with the iconic AP image that introduced Bauman to the world taken when he was bleeding heavily, covered in debris, and being wheeled away from the finish line. Haner's story begins with Bauman's slow recovery. This visceral essay shows us each step of the process and the fear, frustration, and joy that Bauman and his loved ones experienced along the way.