I was born in Brooklyn, NY and am a self-taught photographer. Inspired by poring over my parents’ National Geographic magazines as a young child, I have always loved street photography.
The street photography I most like focuses on ordinary moments in everyday life. It’s the kind of scene we look past or are unconsciously a part of as we go about our daily business. We wouldn’t think, “This is interesting.” We’re just trying to make it through the day. But those ordinary moments are life.
Human beings tend to focus on the highlights. As a result we lose sight of just how fascinating everyday life is. We think our lives are boring or mundane unless we are living in a highlight reel. Social media almost insists that we frame our lives as highlight reels in order to get any kind of attention. In contrast, very young children are fascinated by everyday life, because everything is brand new to them. My street photography invites the viewer to become like little children and be fascinated by life.
You can find me on the web at Lotusland Fine Art.
Street Photography in NYC: 2007-2015 features the best of the street photography I have made while walking the streets of New York City. The book is standard landscape (10×8 inches, 25×20 cm) with a protective dust cover. Each section begins with a full-color photograph and contains color and black and white photos. This is a 50-copy, signed, limited edition. That means once it’s gone, it’s gone.
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This book, which is now in the final stages of QC and is due out in the fall of 2016, will be a retrospective of my street photography from 2007 through 2015. It will be a 50-copy, signed, limited edition available for order through…Continue