The complexity of the gun debate in this country is something many outside America cannot fully comprehend. It divides America along cultural, political and regional lines. All too often public discourse about regulation of the nation’s more than 350 million guns—or more than one per person—is reduced to fruitless shouting contests. As a gun owner myself, I understand the complexity of the issue, but I must admit, when photographing the funeral of yet another child taken by gun violence, it doesn’t seem that complex anymore. At what point do we say enough is enough and find compromise?