A new environment can bring both delight and a fear of the unknown. How does one grow into feeling at home? In this series I am exploring the realm of one’s environmental
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In the historic neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant, murals exist to keep the community together– and to help it remember.
Some doings about people of Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii.
in high regard / I hold him / his excellence emerges / from many places / untold faces of wisdom / deep-rooted in the earth…
What is to become of me / I wonder as I breathe / Pondering / The hands of time / How swiftly it passes by / Evaporating…
In this workshop, Phil Toledano is looking for people who’ve started a deeply personal project.
This workshop is directed at photographers interested in working on long-term personal documentary projects with a focus on individual story development.
The workshop’s main objective is to provide students with a technical and conceptual fluency that they may apply within their own practice.
In a time of rising fascism and threats to democracy around the world, this project speaks to the trauma of a government that attacks it’s citizens.
Trump can make up false number counts and WH Press Secretary Sean Spicer can offer up all the rambling attacks on the media that he wants, but photos don’t lie.
I inspected the debris and marveled at the miscellaneous truck beds, car parts, old tools and other items that had been discarded.
Immerse yourself in my Sea Sketches “paintings” and escape with me, even for the length of a sigh, from the harsh realities of life and share my happy place.
Over the last winter Peter Ydeen has been photographing the silent and empty geometries and ethereal energy of the Easton Pennsylvania nights.
The project deals with economic inequality and the life of people in a disadvantaged area in Philadelphia, USA.