documentary photography

South of Fletcher Launches this Fall by Bear Guerra

South of Fletcher: Stories from the Bowtie is our latest multi-platform storytelling project that will launch September 2018, exploring the past, present, and future of the Bowtie through personal stories and research findings. It'll unfold through a photography exhibition at Occidental College, five podcast episodes and three public discussions.

For more on South of Fletcher, visit Clockshop.

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Bear gets a shout-out from American Photography by Ruxandra Guidi

Bear's Ecuador images (from the "other" Barcelona soccer team to the Cofán in the Amazon basin) get a shout-out from American Photography: “New York Times editor Jeffrey Furticella asked me to shoot this like I would the types of social reportage I more typically work on — to let the actual soccer playing be secondary to looking for the moments that tell us something more about the players, about the team culture, about the fans,” says Guerra.

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Going Gray in LA travels to the Los Angeles Public Library by Ruxandra Guidi

Following Broadway, an 18-mile avenue that cuts through the working-class heart of Los Angeles, last year we journeyed from Lincoln Heights, into Chinatown, through Downtown, and on to South LA to find out how our city is changing and what makes life worth living — as we grow old in Los Angeles. This photo exhibit will live at the first floor galleries of the LA Public Library downtown from October 6, 2017 until January 25, 2018. Free and open to all ages!

More on the exhibit here.

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