One of my favorite artist and photographer is Alex Prager. A Los Angeles native, Alex is a self-taught artist who was greatly inspired by the Kodachrome images of photographer William Eggleston and the black and white world of street photographers Bruce Gilden and Weegee. With these influences, Alex has created a world of cinematic fiction in, Faces in the Crowd. The images of people assembled in congested public spaces. Yet, we can see the private thoughts of judgements, fear and desires in her images.
Thank you Alex, I now try to find that split second moment in my street photography where humanity gather. (Results below)