Thursday, March 25, 2010

Damaged Goods

Thrift Store, MO


Changing Room





Macys


Here are three images from an on-going series I have been working on called Damaged Goods.

Recently I contributed as a guest photographer three more images from this personal work to the wonderful website aamora.com which can be found at this link. Many thanks to Aaron Schwartz for the great work he does there.

Friday, March 19, 2010

States of Grace (Part Two)


Joplin, MO
Galena, MO


Event
Event


Topeka, KS
Topeka, KS


Gas Station, MO
Gas Station, MO


After several months of editing, part two of my series 'States of Grace' is now finally finished and can been seen together with part one at Get the Picture's website. Here is a selection of images from this new work.

A link to 'Get the Picture' can be found here

http://getthepicture.fr/En/Photographes/Kossoff/Sog.html

A slideshow of this series can also be found here:


Friday, March 5, 2010

States of Grace (part one) re-edit






Plaza, KC


Zombie


Market, MO

I have re-edited Part One of my series which documents my experiences of and during my immigration process into the USA called ‘States of Grace’. I believe this edit is now final and it will appear in full at ‘Get the Picture’ my agency website sometime next week.

In the meantime I have put together a Flickr slideshow which can be seen at this link:


Part Two of ‘States of Grace’ is also now close to being finished. Originally I intended this series to be in three parts of 50 images, but after reading an excellent and inspirational blog post about Photo Editing by one of my favorite photographers Harvey Benge I re-thought my whole approach to this project and I have spent the last few days savagely reshaping it. I am presently making some fine tuning of this work which will also appear shortly at ‘Get the Picture’.

Harvey Benge’s excellent blog about photography, art and idea’s is well worth checking out and can be found at this link – Thanks Harvey:


Many thanks also to fellow photographer Damien Lafargue for the fantastic job he has done creating ‘Get the Picture’ and bringing our small collective together.