If you knew me five years ago, I was the guy the with camera. I didn’t leave my bedroom, let alone apartment, without a camera round my neck. Every commute to work, bus ride, or night at the bar was an opportunity to capture something that would happen just one time. For every photograph I have taken, printed and fallen in love with, there are three frozen moments in my mind that my camera didn’t catch.
A lot has changed over the last five years, I have lived in four apartments, got married, had a child and moved to a different country. While my passion for photography has not changed, my priorities have. I’m no longer the guy with the camera, I am the guy with the archives.
Fifty-Two Frames is an idea I had to channel my passion for creativity back into my photography. When I shared the concept with my good friend, Yosef Adest, the idea grew even more to become the collaborative project housed on our Facebook Page.
The goal is simple. Creativity and Community. Come back weekly, follow the progress of Fifty Two Frames here and on Facebook and contact me if you’d like to get involved. Check out all of the participating photographers and their bios >>