Young diplomat working for an international organization, and moonlighting as a photojournalist.

 

My work and my life have taken me places. Not as many as real globetrotters, but enough to keep me addicted to the act of traveling. Much credit goes to the human gems I have had the pleasure to meet in China, India, Japan, Burma...If I die a better man, I owe it to them.

 

Not a writer by any stretch of imagination. Photography is the only thing that allows me to resolve that tension between what shocks me as a human being, and what moves me as an artist.

 

my website : www.bricerichard.com

my most recent work : www.rangooncocoon.com

 

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  • JoinedJuly 2007
  • HometownParis
  • Current cityWashington, DC
  • CountryUSA

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Mighty Hydrant (deleted)

He's not only a amazing photographer but also a mentor that I've always wished for. He sees the hidden part of the world around us and displays it with such elegance that at time I have no words for his art other than spellbounding

January 23, 2010

I like to call him the traveller. His photo are real master piece , he converts simple things into pure art. I always looks fwd to his composition cos there is so much to learn from him .

August 8, 2009

Some very good images that shows your personal connection to your subject, and a good evolution from your first images to the latest it has been a pleasure to go through your images and I will come back to see the newer ones congrats and thanks for sharing alain

July 25, 2009

Where can I start? Technical virtuosity and many times tried and proven people skills. A deadly combination for the itinerant photographer, who crossed back and force China and now India. Streetcorner's portraits are always a source of awe and inspiration, whether it is a coal-miner on a break or a Sadhu watching the e… Read more

Where can I start? Technical virtuosity and many times tried and proven people skills. A deadly combination for the itinerant photographer, who crossed back and force China and now India. Streetcorner's portraits are always a source of awe and inspiration, whether it is a coal-miner on a break or a Sadhu watching the ebb and flow of people in the busy streets of Delhi. Streetcorner's lense always focuses straight on the essence of his subject, revealing something that would have otherwise escaped one's attention at first glance. Real competition is scarce is his category.

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February 1, 2009