I grew up in Los Angeles, left it for many years to live in New York City, and returned to raise my family. I have been all over this city, and feel like there are very few stones unturned, but discovering the work of Domenico Foschi, I am humbled by his ability to see this city in a way that is remarkable, compelling, and unique. Domenico looks at the everyman, the mechanic, the lovers, the homeless, the barista, the businessman with the same curiosity and reverence. The images are timeless, timely and evocative.
Photography and my personal growth are intertwined. After two decades of commitment with large format photography that requires a paced and meditative method, I have decided to return to a more instinctual approach using 35 mm cameras.
In the past I had chosen to photograph static subjects in isolation, now I allow myself to the abandon of life’s rhythm, and seek Beauty in the energy of people’s existence.
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