The latest installment of the “Lunch Break Chronicles”, Pasadena CA.
I’m happy to announce a major addition to my online portfolio, New American Landscapes. Using my experience documenting the changing urban landscape in L.A. as a starting point, I sought to capture a similar portrait of these unfamiliar cities. Although Los Angeles, Austin, Cambridge/Boston, and New Orleans are very different places it is easy to […]
This week I was absolutely destroyed by a really bad cold. As a result, I took just one photo this week. Luckily, it was a keeper.
This entry in my Weekly Recordings series is entirely from the San Fernando Valley (North Hollywood & Studio City specifically). Street Photography in the Valley is one of LA’s best kept secrets but there’s nowhere else like it.
This weeks set of images come from one of my favorite parts of the city near the intersection of Western and Sunset. For those who are unfamiliar this is in the heart of Hollywood, far from any tours or glamour. It’s one of the most vibrant parts of Los Angeles and I always enjoy documenting […]
Corner of Grand and Pico, Downtown Los Angeles 2007. This is one of my favorite photographs from my archive. It perfectly illustrates just how much this part of Los Angeles has changed in the past decade or so. This store is still there but it’s the only part of this picture that remains in place.
Liquor stores and corner markets are a fixture in most Los Angeles neighborhoods. I just added a set of photographs to my True Topographics project that documents these local establishments. You can find the complete essay at the link: Markets & Liquor Stores.
Lunchtime in Pasadena.
I’ve been going deep into my archives for a presentation at this year’s Photo L.A. fair and thought that I’d share a few of my favorite images from a while back. All the photographs in this post are from 2006/2007. Los Angeles has changed a great deal since then, the contrast between what some of […]