The Silent Observer is a portfolio of my photographs covering 50 years of 'street photography'. They're chosen to illustrate my vision and how I've chosen to communicate it. The collection begins with my first essay when I visited Belvedere Billiards in Baltimore in 1957 at the age of 15. It progresses throughout the years with examples from several projects, ending with the Farish Street project which was exhibited in 2007.
The Silent Observer | 24 Images
Pete Leavy in Panama hat - 1957Charlie Webster and Al Seidel - 1957Jack Eisenberg and Al Obstler - 1957Arrow Beer - 1957Boy on Screened Porch - Baltimore 1958Arabers at Market Place - Baltimore 1958Boy on Corner - Baltiomore 1958Melon Vendors - Baltimore 1958Childrens House - Kibbutz Bar Am - 1971Kibbutz Mother and Child - 1971Golden Gate Park, San Francisco - 1968The Castro - San Francisco - 1998Reuben Kramer - 1995Chinese Restaurant - New York - 1997Tatoo Artist - New Orleans - 1997Bourbon Street - New Orleans - 1997Sex Worker - Bangkok, Thailand - 2001Brothel - Chiang Mai, Thailand - 2003Bangkok Market Scene - 2001Grandfather and Child - Akha Village, Thailand - 2003Lahu Home - Thailand - 2003Akha Grandmother - Thailand - 2001Waitress at Peaches - Farish Street, MS - 2005Fish House Customers - Farish Street, MS - 2006 ContactBio Sketch Guestbook