As I travel and photograph, I run across some interesting people. I photograph them not only to create a portrait but to get to know them a little better, get to know their story and learn a bit about who they are. I enjoyed the moments I spent with these people because they allowed me to see the place I photographed more intimately.
This man was selling goods outside a church in Falmouth, Jamaica.
This man was the care taker of a property in Fintown, County Donegal, Ireland. He was kind enough to help us get our car out from being stuck in the mud.
This man was selling dragon flies made from bamboo along the bamboo forrest in Arashiyama, Japan. He is demonstrating how it can balance.
Along the river in Arashiyama, Japan was a small noodle stand. This woman was the one making noodles and running the shop.
I passed this man everyday, outside a bike, shop while I was in Osaka, Japan. He always greeted me with a thumbs up.
I will follow up with the stories of the people I met in future blogs along with the images that go along with them. I guess you’ll just have to keep checking back or follow in order to get the stories.