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You can be sure that there is a story in every frame Edite captures. Her documentary work in “Where is my Babushka?” will take you into a different world. In her “Environmental Portraits” portfolio, Edite uses light to contrast each subjects’ prominent facial features; and, more acutely to express each subject’s personal narrative. In this regard, I’d encourage you to view her work as both a collection of photos and as a portfolio of human experience. Let yourself do more than see Edite’s work, feel the emotion that personifies an Edite Haberman photograph.
Sean Harris: Portrait Photographer
We hope you enjoy liveBooks first foray into video on our Success page with a highlight of Sean Alonzo Harris talking about why he loves liveBooks.
At age seven photographer Sean Young Harris received his first camera; a gift from his grandmother. It was a watershed moment that would begin a lifelong passion for photography. In high school, his work won him the James VanDerZee Black Heritage award. Sean went on to study at the Art Institute in Boston and currently lives and practices in Maine.
Sean describes his work as interpretive of people and environments. He has a wonderful ability to capture emotion and to tell visual stories that transcend simple subject and environment. In this way, the work evokes a curious quality of “What comes next?”, and the narrative in the viewer perceptions becomes a part of the experience of viewing his work.