I just added a new photo essay to my portfolio titled “Getting There”. It’s based on a few thoughts I have about the importance of public transportation in a major city and how using it keeps us connected as human beings. You can find the complete set at: Getting There.
Van Nuys, 2019. You wouldn’t know it looking at Instagram, but there’s more to Street photography in Los Angeles than Downtown.
This installment of my Weekly Recordings series is a bit different due to the week long rain storm currently underway in Los Angeles. Because of the weather I’ve been unable to shoot so I’m sharing some work from a few weeks ago instead. I love photographing the Metro system and I spent a lot of […]
The light in Pasadena this week was perfect for photography. It was a nice blend of sunshine and light diffused by the cloud cover. Here are a few of my favorite photographs from this week.
I’m a creature of habit, a characteristic that has proven beneficial to my photography. I walk for my entire lunch break, everyday. I always have my camera and although I focus on street work some days and landscape on others, my process is still the same. This dedication to routine is a cornerstone of my […]
Perspective is one of the most overlooked aspects of street photography. Photographing easy targets and lazy narratives is accepted and often celebrated. Throughout history photography has been used to amplify the exoticism of the other as a means to frame a changing world for mainstream consumption. Street photography is not immune to that narrative, in […]
Photography from my commute during the first week of 2019…
This week I had the opportunity to photograph people in Downtown Los Angeles, an area I have a long relationship with. It’s an incredible place to shoot.
One of 5 new portfolios added to my website, Personal Space examines everyday life throughout Los Angeles.
Best street photography from this week, covering North Hollywood and Pasadena.