Bryan Formhals, Genesee Ave.
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Bryan Formhals

Genesee Ave., West Hollywood, California, 2007
From the Genesee Ave. series
Website - BryanFormhalsPhotography.com

Bryan Formhals is a New York based photographer and the publisher of LPV Magazine. After suffering writer's block while living in Los Angeles in 2005, he took up photography and has been obsessed ever since. Loosely following the tradition of street photography he explores the urban environment and the way humans shape and interact with it. His Genesee Ave. project is a series of photographs taken from 2006 to just shortly after the 2008 election when he decided to leave Los Angeles after four and half years. He is a founding member of the strange.rs collective.
 

Posted on Tuesday, October 2, 2012.

 

 

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