Photographing others life moments while exploring neighborhoods

Szalay Photographs LIFE

Photographs from LIFE magazine influenced me growing up. Discovering the Family of Man book when I was a young student impressed me.The famous exhibit at the MoMA in NYC was launched the year I was born, 1955. The black and white images of human life from around the world were engaging and narrative. I knew that my future life as a photographer would embed a constant search of capturing life moments like the ones I experienced in the book. Life's candid moments from all cultures and places continue to whisper just how connected we all are to each other.

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My curiosity sees. memories past and perhaps, the common thread of humanity we can all relate to.