Photographer – Craig Seymour. Model – Eric Hehr. Bryn Mawr Historical District/Uptown, Chicago IL. 16 May 2012. Advertisements

Julius Shulman Photography

Julius Shulman was an American architectural photographer who published many of his notable works during the 1960’s. Shulman’s photography is responsible for the worldwide spread of California mid-century modern design. “The clarity of his work demanded that architectural photography had to be considered as an independent art form. Each Shulman image unites perception and understanding … Continue reading

Bruce Davidson Photography: The Jokers, Brooklyn Gang (1959)

“Bruce Davidson’s 1959 project, Brooklyn Gang, is an intimate photographic study of a rebellious Brooklyn teenage gang, who called themselves The Jokers. Not only is Davidson’s work a sincere portrayal of troubled teenagers coming of age, but it also acts as a documentation of teenage life during 1950s, exposing the emotional climate of that time … Continue reading

Johnny Cash (Through the lens of Leigh Wiener)

    Photography by Leigh Wiener


David Masel Photography (Los Angeles)

“A dozen cities make some pretence of splendor without the slightest regard to the natural features of their site, and a hundred are plain or ugly when, on such a site, they might have been rendered splendid.” “California’s like a beautiful, wild… beautiful, wild girl on heroin… who’s high as a kite, thinkin’ she’s on … Continue reading


There’s A Moon Out Tonight

Lenny Gilmore Photography

I’m fortunate to have many talented friends and acquaintances. I’m also fortunate to have many hard-working friends and acquintances. However, the two rarely intersect. The talents suffocate themselves with impositions that stifle their productivity. The hard-working are too concerned about meeting deadlines to focus on creative endeavors. In a venn diagram format, the union of … Continue reading