That Feeling

Posted by on Jan 13, 2017 in essays, Street Photography | No Comments
That Feeling

Accompanying music “That Feel” by Tom Waits. location: Manhattan, NY and Washington, DC date: 2016

Raining Under Manhattan Bridge

Posted by on Dec 20, 2015 in essays, places, Street Photography | No Comments
Raining Under Manhattan Bridge

Under the Manhattan Bridge overpass and east of Bowery lies Little Fuzhou (New Chinatown). This photo essay is a collection of images captured in this neighborhood on a rainy October morning. Looking down on Bowery, from our hotel’s rooftop, before heading out. Fuzhou is the capital of China’s southeastern coastal province of Fujian. In 1683, […]

Maine Avenue Fish Market – Forgotten Summer of 2015

Maine Avenue Fish Market – Forgotten Summer of 2015

The Maine Avenue Fish Market is one of the few remaining open air seafood markets in the United States. This vibrant market, in the shadows of Interstate 395, is situated along the banks of the Washington Channel in Southwest Washington, DC. History After the civil war, Southwest DC was developed to provide inexpensive housing for […]

Le Flâneur – Sneak Brim

Posted by on Oct 12, 2014 in essays, Street Photography | 7 Comments
Le Flâneur – Sneak Brim

A collection of candid photographs, taken during late afternoon strolls in Georgetown. The observations of Vivian Maier are what attracted me to this subject matter. She sometimes included her own reflection or shadow in her photographs. For the flâneur, a camera is just an instrument used to help him learn to see. He’s an enigmatic […]

Street Photography Without People

Posted by on Mar 22, 2014 in essays, Street Photography | 3 Comments
Street Photography Without People

When most of us think of street photography, we imagine people in a public places with nothing particularly important going on. It’s the play on ordinary realities, using unposed actors who are oblivious to the drama they have been placed in. When done well, it’s a wakeup call to what we have been missing while […]