Friday, October 7
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Dia de los Muertos - a celebration of lives lived
Our world’s cultures are rich, societies differ in mannerisms, and peoples celebrate life (and lives) in vastly diverse ways. Working quietly with inconspicuous Leica rangefinder cameras, in a “street photography” or “decisive moment” style is my preference in pursuit of honest views of humanity.
“Images which reflect quirkiness in society, mixed with spontaneity and some humor, are what I strive to create. From a young photojournalist, through decades of sports coverage, advertising commissions in adventure /lifestyle, and back to pure documentation (now including documentary cinema), have influenced the style of this and other long-term photographic projects I’ve produced. An on-going endeavor, “Dia de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead) is a historical view of the Mexican/ Latin culture honoring their loved ones who have since past from our world.”