Many of my favorite “street” photographs barely have people in them. I’ve always thought that the popular definition of street photography is too limited. It simply strikes me as too broad a term for such a specific aesthetic. It’s easy add a prefix like “environmental” or “urban” to other photographic categories like portraiture or landscape […]
Why do I repeatedly turn to the streets of Los Angeles for my creative inspiration? My work revolves around the portrayal of everyday life in one the world’s great cities and my starting point is the neighborhoods I’m most familiar with. The essence of a L.A.’s identity can be found in the unseen rhythms that […]
This is the second entry in my Street Photography Workflow series (part 1, which focuses on how I use the Fuji X70 can be found HERE). In this post, I’ll go over how I use the Fuji XE3 camera and the 27mm/2.8 pancake lens for my work. As with the first post, this isn’t a […]
I’ve decided to write a few posts about my street photography set up and workflow to provide some insight into my approach. It’s not meant to be a definitive guide or anything like that, just some details about what works for me. My hope is that it’ll be an interesting read for more experienced photographers […]
This weeks photographs are all from Pasadena. It seems the series of storms has subsided a bit so the sun is back out on a regular basis. More to come, enjoy!
The first two volumes in my new series titled, “Los Angeles Street” are now online. This project was inspired by a question I often wrestle with, “What should Street Photography in Los Angeles look like?” I have been working very hard to answer that question for myself, trying different approaches to depicting the beauty of […]
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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 […]