From the Archive: Walking Around the 7 Train
Sunnyside, Queens, January 27, 2013I lived within walking proximity of the 7 Train most of my 12 years in New
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Interview: Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin on Los Angeles, Walking and Building Projects
From 'Endless Summer' / Copyright Kwasi Boyd-BouldinI lived in Los Angeles for 4 years. It's where I started making photographs. In
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Walking Season in Hibernation
This ability to walk year round was one of the reasons I loved living in New York City. I rarely
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Walking with Photographer Wesley Verhoeve
You can listen wherever you get your podcastsWhen the pandemic forced lockdowns in March 2020, photographer Wesley Verhoeve found himself
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Podcast: Photographer Wesley Verhoeve
You can listen to this episode wherever you get your podcasts. Bryan: We all have a unique story about where
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Walking to 1 Million Views of the Crescent Kitchen (or How I Discovered the Photographer Percy Loomis Sperr)
The Sky over Astoria, Queens, December 8th, 2016What excites me most about making art is the journey and what we
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What is Your Do Not Disturb Strategy?
In this article I share ways I try to find balance between being very online and telling the world to Do Not Disturb, mixed in with some meditative photos of homes from across my projects.
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Memories of a Walk in Minneapolis from 2013
Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 24, 2013How many different places have you lived? Back in the early 2000s, Minnesota was the only
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Podcast: How long are your walks with Raising Frogs for $$$?
In this week's episode, I review the new photography app Glass, discuss the photobook Raising Frogs for $$$ by Jason Fulford and share my thoughts on the relationship between long walks and time.
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What do you consider a long walk?
Los Angeles, 2006I can't remember how long my walks were when I was living in Los Angeles. It's been thirteen
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