Women in Photography: Street Photographer Michelle Groskopf of Los Angeles

Great Article – Read it and be inspired

Way to often the world looks at photo journalism as a mans way of recording the world forgetting that there have been so many women photographers, historians, guardians of life who have made incredible contributions to the art and to the world.

 

I grew up in Toronto Canada but moved to NYC to go to College. I spent most of my youth studying and working in Film and Television production, including teaching in a graduate department. As I got older NY changed and I changed. After 15 years I made the difficult decision to jump ship and move to LA. That’s when I shifted from moving images to still. Best decision I’ve ever made. LA is my muse. When I’m not photographing stories for magazines I’m in the street shooting. I always have to be shooting. It’s my outlet and main form of communicating with the world. I’m also a member of the Full Frontal Collective.

Source: Women in Photography: Street Photographer Michelle Groskopf of Los Angeles

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Author: ELLIOT STERN

68 YEARS IN PHOTOGRAPHY - HAVE ALWAYS LOVED IT AND ALWAYS WILL.

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