Mr. Dan’s Quick Stop, a short film by photojournalist Mark Felix, captures the twilight moments of convenience store owner, and Flint, Michigan, native, Dan Holbrook.
Photographer Cheney Orr spoke to Entropic Magazine’s Nolan Ryan Trowe and Bruce Graves to discuss an ongoing project, “Bystander,” a collection of cop photos from more than a decade of street photography in New York City.
For 9/11’s 17-year anniversary, I walked all over Lower Manhattan. This is what I saw.
Harold Hunter was an influential NYC skater who died from an overdose in his LES apartment. His story reflects a struggle well-known in the skate community.
Soldiers are exploited by things they’ve been convinced they shouldn’t bother thinking about.
Life itself is hijacked when all experience becomes a chore list
A hermeneutic examination of the philosophic relationship between selfies and identity
The most profound realizations shrink against the fundamental reasons people cope with addictive behaviors in the first place.
Whether it’s someone giving up their seat for me on a crowded subway, or simply picking up my cane if I drop it on the icy ground, it’s the small things that count the most.
Staying politically conscious in the Trump era has been disorientating–like some frightening dissociative psychedelic that came on way stronger and quicker than anticipated.
Many issues remain heading into 2018: homelessness, climate change, a widening wage gap, a burgeoning police state, and the still-surreal problem of an orange-skinned, Fox and Friends fiend
Photographer Nolan Trowe shares some local views from the 2017 New York City Marathon.