Downtown LA
Downtown LA

Late night downtown LA nothing or nobody was on the street except this cop. The angle I was at gave me this birds eye view. Loved it. SNAP

Bike Trick
Bike Trick

I saw her coming my way I threw down my bag, took out my camera, Snap. She knew it was coming. The dichotomy of this women with her life on her bike and the Porche she ride next to I love it.

Bikers
Bikers

I love that these older men were taking over the streets biking. When you think men in there 60s  the word you don't jump to thinking about athletic. Not for these bikers, they are probably in better shape that most men half their age. SNAP

James H.
James H.

World War II vet. As a street photographer you have to capture history in any shape or form, 10-15 years down the road there will be all but no WWII vets left. Thank you James. 

Kid Against the World
Kid Against the World

The thing with kids are that they are so unpredictable and careless. I was actually just taking photos of the bike rack, on the ground and this kid jumps right it. There is no such things a bad pic. He made the pic, thanks kid. SNAP

The Wiltern
The Wiltern

There are just certain shots you have to have to consider yourself a street photographer in LA. The historical Wiltern.

Westlake Theater
Westlake Theater

Sometime gifts are given to photographers. This was a gift. Huge beach balls, a lake, palm trees, and a blue night sky. SNAP SNAP

James H.
James H.

World War II vet. As a street photographer you have to capture history in any shape or form, 10-15 years down the road there will be all but no WWII vets left. Thank you James. 

The World Traveler
The World Traveler

Where some saw a homeless man, I saw a man without a home but a well traveled, experienced, survivor of these streets in LA.

I'm a Lady
I'm a Lady

Decided to capture this woman on skid row. Someone yelled at her to bend over for the camera. She said "No, I'm a LADY" I loved it, yesma'am you are. Snap!

Picture Me Rollin'
Picture Me Rollin'

Oooo do you meet some interesting people on skid row. As I photographed one lady she said I'm the model. Changed my whole definition of model. Yes you are. Get it momma...Snap

Somebody's Uncle
Somebody's Uncle

This man was waiting for the train and I was like please sir let me capture you. No idea what he said, but a picture will translate around the world.

What a Dollar Can Do
What a Dollar Can Do

While on skid row this man asked for some change. I asked for a picture. Handoff on 3. 1...2...3...snap. Best $1 I ever spent.

Metro
Metro

You will find some of the best people to capture going on and off the Metro.

My Truck is Bigger Than Yours
My Truck is Bigger Than Yours

As a photographer you have to have a collection of vintage vehicles. Tonight this truck gave me that gift. SNAP

The Broad and the Moon
The Broad and the Moon

You have to love it when the moon decides to make a cameo in your pictures.

Downtown LA
Bike Trick
Bikers
James H.
Kid Against the World
The Wiltern
Westlake Theater
James H.
The World Traveler
I'm a Lady
Picture Me Rollin'
Somebody's Uncle
What a Dollar Can Do
Metro
My Truck is Bigger Than Yours
The Broad and the Moon
Downtown LA

Late night downtown LA nothing or nobody was on the street except this cop. The angle I was at gave me this birds eye view. Loved it. SNAP

Bike Trick

I saw her coming my way I threw down my bag, took out my camera, Snap. She knew it was coming. The dichotomy of this women with her life on her bike and the Porche she ride next to I love it.

Bikers

I love that these older men were taking over the streets biking. When you think men in there 60s  the word you don't jump to thinking about athletic. Not for these bikers, they are probably in better shape that most men half their age. SNAP

James H.

World War II vet. As a street photographer you have to capture history in any shape or form, 10-15 years down the road there will be all but no WWII vets left. Thank you James. 

Kid Against the World

The thing with kids are that they are so unpredictable and careless. I was actually just taking photos of the bike rack, on the ground and this kid jumps right it. There is no such things a bad pic. He made the pic, thanks kid. SNAP

The Wiltern

There are just certain shots you have to have to consider yourself a street photographer in LA. The historical Wiltern.

Westlake Theater

Sometime gifts are given to photographers. This was a gift. Huge beach balls, a lake, palm trees, and a blue night sky. SNAP SNAP

James H.

World War II vet. As a street photographer you have to capture history in any shape or form, 10-15 years down the road there will be all but no WWII vets left. Thank you James. 

The World Traveler

Where some saw a homeless man, I saw a man without a home but a well traveled, experienced, survivor of these streets in LA.

I'm a Lady

Decided to capture this woman on skid row. Someone yelled at her to bend over for the camera. She said "No, I'm a LADY" I loved it, yesma'am you are. Snap!

Picture Me Rollin'

Oooo do you meet some interesting people on skid row. As I photographed one lady she said I'm the model. Changed my whole definition of model. Yes you are. Get it momma...Snap

Somebody's Uncle

This man was waiting for the train and I was like please sir let me capture you. No idea what he said, but a picture will translate around the world.

What a Dollar Can Do

While on skid row this man asked for some change. I asked for a picture. Handoff on 3. 1...2...3...snap. Best $1 I ever spent.

Metro

You will find some of the best people to capture going on and off the Metro.

My Truck is Bigger Than Yours

As a photographer you have to have a collection of vintage vehicles. Tonight this truck gave me that gift. SNAP

The Broad and the Moon

You have to love it when the moon decides to make a cameo in your pictures.

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