Hiroshi Clark is an LA based photographer and a recent graduate from Art Center College of Design’s photography program. He’s an artist that never stops producing. Raw, provocative, and honest, his images aggressively grab the viewer’s attention. While some photographers build pictures, Hiroshi starts with the messiness of the world and selects a picture. With the world being raw material, his sensitivity to houses, streets, people, trees, and artifacts allows him to simplify the jumble by giving a scene or situation structure, drawing the viewer in from his point of view. His snapshot photographic style is reminiscent of photographs traditionally found in family albums, but instead of concentrating on formulaic celebrations such as weddings, family vacations, or birthdays, his photographs present an faithful depiction of the intimate, private, and often, overlooked moments in life.
Hiroshi Clark photographs intimate, often overlooked moments in life
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