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Stunning photos of women doing 'men's work' shatter gender stereotypes

INSIDER Logo By Talia Lakritz of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 14: • Photographer Chris Crisman photographed women working in male-dominated fields.• Subjects include a firefighter, geologist, and a truck driver.• Crisman hopes to show that "women's work" is unlimited. Photographer Chris Crisman had never met a female butcher. When an art buyer mentioned that one of her friends was a butcher based in Philadelphia, he figured it would make a  compelling portrait.  He's since met a firefighter, a geologist, a truck driver, and even a taxidermist who excel in fields with skewed gender ratios. With a photo series called "Women's Work," Crisman features accomplished individuals who prove that sometimes, the right man for the job is a woman.

• Photographer Chris Crisman photographed women working in male-dominated fields.

• Subjects include a firefighter, geologist, and a truck driver.

• Crisman hopes to show that "women's work" is unlimited.

Photographer Chris Crisman had never met a female butcher. When an art buyer mentioned that one of her friends was a butcher based in Philadelphia, he figured it would make a compelling portrait.

He's since met a firefighter, a geologist, a truck driver, and even a taxidermist who excel in fields with skewed gender ratios.

With a photo series called "Women's Work," Crisman features accomplished individuals who prove that sometimes, the right man for the job is a woman.

© Courtesy Chris Crisman Photography

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