I was featured in Gizmodo yesterday talking about photography, digital innovation, camera photography, why we photograph, and shooting “summer”.
Every summer, Boston comes out to play. Shut-ins seep into the streets, the city’s parks brim with ballers, and the town’s unmarked vans are painted purple with anti-New York graffiti. It was this annual migration that photographer Taylor Davidson sought to shoot. So he decided to hit the parks and fields that gave rise to Boston’s legendary sports culture.
Click through to watch the video highlights, and check back next Tuesday for my photos and for a little online chat about why and how I shoot the way I do.
Also, follow me on Instagram to see my photos from Boston next week .