Kramer O’Neill is a Brooklyn-based photographer, animator and editor. But he is also a wonderful street photographer creating work that feels nostalgic, yet modern, truthful, yet mysterious. His first book, Pictures of People and Things 1, was published this summer, and his second, Till Human Voices Wake Us, a series of beach and underwater photographs, will be released in Autumn. He is a founding member of the strange.rs photo collective.
I photograph within the genre of “street photography,” making work about interactions in public places. These photographs are not staged or digitally manipulated, but they are my small attempt to illuminate the mysterious within the everyday, to reach toward a surreal truth.
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Meghann Riepenhoff: Littoral Drift and InstarMarch 3rd, 2015
Bego Antón: The Earth is Only a Little Dust Under Our FeetMarch 2nd, 2015
Linda Alterwitz: While I Am StillFebruary 27th, 2015
Sophie Barbasch: Fault LineFebruary 19th, 2015
Alana Celii: Odd SympathyFebruary 17th, 2015