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Chris Suspect is fearless when it comes to street photography, which is why he gets so many extraordinary photos. On January 6th, Chris headed out to Capitol Hill and quickly found himself on the front lines of the insurrection. He faced agitated crowds, pepper spray, tear gas, flash bang grenades and more as he documented people facing off with th…
 
A 1975 photography exhibition, called “New Topographics,” was “new” in that the landscapes it offered up to viewers weren’t the picturesque natural scenes people had grown accustomed to. Instead, this exhibit was, in the words of San Francisco’s MOMA, all about “unromanticized views of stark industrial landscapes, suburban sprawl, and everyday scen…
 
Mark Indig was motion picture executive for over 40 years with major studios like Disney, Miramax Universal and Dreamworks. During his career he worked on films like Body Heat, The Big Chill, Titanic, The Village, The Guardian and Tropic Thunder. Mark started in the biz as a location manager where he traveled the world to identify and document loca…
 
Martin Agius is a photojournalist and a street photographer who took an interest in film photography at a young age. In 2008, he took some courses with the local photographic societies in Malta and soon thereafter was appointed the Official Photographer of the Armed Forces of Malta. Nowadays, Martin is an avid street photographer who enjoys taking …
 
When you think of Hawaii, you probably think of an island paradise filled with palm trees, sunshine and surfers. It’s certainly not the most urban backdrop for street photography, but that doesn’t stop HNL Street Collective from creating some glorious street shots. Their photos may look a little different from someone shooting NYC, but these guys k…
 
On this episode of the SPM podcast, Bob sat down with Tim Huynh, director of the film Fill the Frame, a new street photography documentary. Not only did Tim tell Bob about the making of the film, he also went into detail about another project he’s been working on called, Beyond the Frame, a stellar YouTube series that premieres today! It’s a mini-d…
 
Marc Gordon was trained at the International Center for Photography in New York City and studied street photography with Harvey Stein. His photography focuses on documentary style photography and unposed portraiture – two elements that can be clearly seen in his work from New York City’s Gay Pride Parade, an event that brims over with emotions and …
 
In the October 2020 issue of SPM, Gina Williams wrote this about Kevin Fletcher, “Essentially self-taught, he built and explored the magic of the darkroom, taught himself the Zone System, photographed and photographed, and eventually ended up attending graduate school at New York City’s School of Visual Arts. “Fletcher went on to embark on a succes…
 
It was our pleasure to speak with our good friend Meryl Meisler once again, this time about her newest book New York PARADISE LOST Bushwick Era Disco. Strand Books describes this book as “an intimate journey to the pandemonium and paradise of the 1970s through early 1990s New York City. Meryl documented a tumultuous time in NYC’s history – epidemic…
 
Suitcase Joe is an anonymous photographer and activist who uses his work to advocate for the unhoused. He spent a decade getting to know Skid Row and its inhabitants—the largest unhoused community in America—and in that time he gained the trust and acceptance to intimately observe and photograph the inner workings of their daily lives. Suitcase Joe…
 
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