Blake Sinclair - Community
Ryan Schude - Community
This is a community of photographers on our annual retreat called Phoot Camp which took place this year in Marfa, Texas. Follow the Phoot Camp blog on Tumblr to see everyone’s work.
Mathieu Young - Community
If anyone has been to my house, you’ve probably met Cynthia, my neighbor. She’s a little bit loud, and usually a little bit drunk, but she is honestly one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met, and even if she can be a handful from time to time, I have always felt like she is looking out for us. She’s been asking me for ages to do some pictures of her, and I thought that...
Lauren Randolph - Community
Mateo Quintana is the only barber in the small community of Marfa, Texas. Born and raised in this town, he’s been running this same shop for over 30 years. He got that chair from his father, who was a barber in Marfa before him. I followed along to shoot photos as Matt Nuzzaco, a fellow Phoot Camper, received a hair cut and beard trim during our weekend visit. Follow the Phoot Camp blog to see...
Colin Young-Wolff- Community
I photographed the Electric Daisy Carnival in Vegas this weekend and was interested to see what it would be like after all the recent controversy. What I found was a lot of love, good energy and great music. Hopefully this image conveys some of that “community” feeling. (more photos here)
Mathieu Young shoots the new "So You Think You Can...
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Natalie Young - Community
So this past week I revived the tradition of the backyard BBQ at my house. There’s a different quality to a BBQ than a dinner … seems there’s more a communal process to the whole affair, from building the fire, comparing BBQing techniques, preparing the food, serving drinks, playing music … everyone seemed to find a role. Gathering around the fire to enjoy full plates of...
Jennifer Becker for Riviera
Title: Community Assigner: Natalie Young Description: “Sending in this assignment from Jazzfest in new orleans. Really enjoying the southern hospitality and great sense of community. And making me think about the different ways that we create or experience community (or lack thereof) depending on many social factors of culture, family, geography, tradition. And it’s inspiring this...