Most people share basic life experiences of childhood, adulthood, old age, joy and sadness, triumph and failure. In unguarded moments their experiences can sometimes appear on their faces for the photographer to recognize and record, thus to share in the experience and pass it on to others.
Street photography offers endless opportunities to witness the flow of life through public spaces around us. A camera paradoxically separates the photographer from the subject only to thrust the subject of the photo into a larger world to connect with a multitude of viewers.
All of the photographs in this project have been made in the last two years with a Canon 5d iii and a 24-105 lens. They are a marked departure from my earlier photographs concentrating on architecture and landscape.