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The Chicago Bean

"The Cloud Gate Sculpture", nicknamed 'the Bean" is one of Chicago's most recognizable and famous landmarks. It sits in the middle of downtown's Millennium Park, just over a mile from Navy Pier and the shoreline.;

The perfect-mirror sculpture was opened in 2006, and designed by Indian-British sculptor Anish Kapoor. I first saw this in 2011, and vowed to come back one day "when I had my stuff together" to photograph it. 

I drove an hour and a half last night after work to get here, only to find it "closed after 11pm" (it was almost 1 in the morning).

I may...


Inside the mind of an elite LA-based Photographer, Jessica Sterling- By Craig Alexander.

Inside the mind of an elite LA-based Photographer, Jessica Sterling- By Craig Alexander.




Inside the mind of an elite LA-based Photographer, Jessica Sterling- By Craig Alexander. 


CA: 

Hi!
Thanks for agreeing to be interviewed! I believe I met you back in 2014 in LA, and have followed your career ever since, and I love the work you put out!

So please introduce yourself to our readers here, give a 1 paragraph description of yourself, your career etc.

I know you've photographed for...


Inside the mind of a world traveller- Julia T. by Craig Alexander

Inside the mind of a world traveller- Julia T. by Craig Alexander

Inside the mind of a world traveller- Julia T. 
By Craig Alexander






 

Inside the mind of a world traveller- Julia T. 
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Interview with a World Traveler- Matlock Reeves by Craig Alexander

 


Interview with a World Traveler- Matlock Reeves by Craig Alexander.
 
C.A: Hi! Thanks for granting me the interview.

First off, give give us a quick description of yourself, as a photographer, a traveler and anything else you want to share.


M.R:  I’m a self taught photographer that prefers to be in the thick of the human experience when I’m traveling. Some of the places I’ve visited would be a “Oh, you...


Midnight in Manhattan

Midnight in Manhattan

It was a cold October night and a friend of mine and I drove down to the City after finishing work. I was still relatively new to New York, having moved here a few months back for a job. I was still in awe of this monumental city, I had been told about it all before, seen it in movies, seen photos of it all my life, but seeing it for myself was totally different.

My friend Zac, and I were exhausted from a 12 hour day of work. Yet as we stepped onto the Brooklyn...