Chris posed for me at the corner of Wall Street and Battery Park Avenue, just outside my Flatiron Studios.
Category Archives: Street portraits
Enough with winter. Today was the first warm day of spring in Asheville. The traveling kids are back on every corner and strawberries are in the stores. Soon the streets will be filled with music, and the farmers markets will be open again. Life is good. Krischan Winters just arrived from West Virginia yesterday. He […]
I shot this portrait of Callie right on the corner of Biltmore and Eagle, smack in the middle of downtown Asheville at midday, but it doesn’t look like a street shot. I guess that’s the difference between pure street photography and street portraits. I don’t really care whether my pics are posed or totally candid. […]
Carolina Arias is a nice young woman I met in Downtown Books & News in Asheville earlier this afternoon. Her name is pronounced Caroleena – not like the state. As I was hanging out looking at some used photography books, I noticed there were a couple good spots in the store that might work as […]
It was around 11 PM as I was walking through downtown Asheville last night when I encountered these travelers on the street less than a block from my studio. I stopped to talk and took a few pics. Nova, a very chill dog, is sleeping on the sidewalk at the feet of his master, Connor, […]
Chad Cox is a cook at the Early Girl Eatery, an excellent restaurant located right behind my studio on Wall Street in downtown Asheville. I was walking back to the studio a couple days ago on a rather dreary afternoon, and as I crossed Wall Street, I looked over and saw a spot of red […]