I’m fascinated by the concept of continuity as it applies to a body of work. With my own photography in particular, I’ve always considered it one never ending story, a visual representation of life in Los Angeles from my perspective. One aspect of this approach (and a byproduct of growing up here) is connection to […]
Last week I had a really good day. After a work sponsored holiday breakfast and a trip to the Broad museum I found myself with an afternoon to kill in Downtown Los Angeles, complete with camera in hand. The weather was breathtaking as usual (a Californian perk) so I went to work photographing the streets […]
Every time I go to the zoo with my family this guy in a suit is outside for pictures. He doesn’t work at the zoo and it could literally be anyone in that costume. It’s strange. There is no way in hell I’m paying him for a pic with my kids. My daughter asked me […]
The real Hollywood Blvd. lies about a mile east of the tourist trap, where blocks are lined with stores instead of attractions and residents go about their daily routines.
The great lure of street photography is the potential to capture the “decisive moment” but that has never really been my objective. I’ve never romanticized street life, my personal and familial history provides me with a completely different perspective on the medium. I have very little interest in capturing spectacle, my gaze is focused on […]
Near the corner of Magnolia and Vineland in North Hollywood. Digital photograph shot with Fujifilm X70. 2018.