Fighting David duChemin in Roma
Sean Howard

Sean, what an engaging series! I love this. I can relate to hating being in photos — it’s quite the joke in my family: the camera comes out and there goes Marika, out of the room. Maybe that’s why I became a photographer — a complicated relationship to be sure. I also have a love-hate relationship with street photography and portraiture, for that matter. I love people as subjects but I’m shy as fuck. I’m so interested in this workshop — how neat. I did something similar in Paris and the South of France two years in a row, years back, and absolutely loved it. I’m going to go check out the rest of your series now. So cool!

Edit: I had a look at the rest of the series and I love it. I love the processing — the punchiness of the colours. I love how you convey stillness and motion at the same time. I feel the loneliness — I feel the ‘uno’. Fantastic work, Sean. I really like it. I’d love to see you do street portraits. p.s. I also loved your inner city Toronto series — that popped up next :)

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