"I left my house with a couple best-case scenarios. I wanted to capture the essence of 'sleazy' in New York City." We challenged Ricardo Lozano to snap a collection of photos based on a single word that we gave him for inspiration to point and shoot. With analog camera in hand, here's what he came up with given the word, 'sleazy.'
Rory Hamovit's photographs leave a strongly cinematic impression, demonstrated by his portfolio, as a kind of montage of fragmented images, all the while synthesizing a pictorial language that isolates things in order to enhance their symbolic quality.
In accordance with our Latin predecessors and their lyrical tongues, Amadeus means to love god: amare, “to love” and deus, “god.” With Falco’s jam on repeat in our minds, we nod our heads to life and the amazing creativity that it unleashes upon us.
From behind the lens of his 4×5, photographer Trevor Powers takes stills of life’s trivialized moments—those brief, familiar instances of beauty we so often overlook. Located in Western Mass via Vermont via Boston via Texas, Powers observes, clicks and prints photographs of his living, breathing surroundings.
I wish I could say my interest in photography started in my youth. I’d like to tell you someone handed me a camera and encouraged me to start snapping away before I tripped into the limiting sensibilities of adulthood.