Tlapan, Mexico City.
Transporte público en el D.F.Read More
Waiting for the crew to do their thing before boarding one for the first time in my life. A truly wonderful experience.Read More
Dog tied to a concrete seat in front of a restaurant in Mexico City.Read More
Miembros de los 400 Pueblos protestan en el Centro Historico de la Ciuadad de Mexico.Read More
From this weekend while roaming downtown, Mexico City. A cliché moment, perhaps, but nonetheless meaningful to human experience. Margaret Meade once stated that "one of the oldest human needs is having someone to wonder where you are when you don't come home at night." It's so true, so descriptive --in part-- of the human condition.Read More
Wide angle shooting from the street floor in Mexico City's downtown.Read More
Making a living in Coyoacan, Mexico City.
Improvised hazard warning.Read More
An actor trying to handing out invites to a theatre production.Read More
Street labor in Mexico City.Read More
Campesinos en el Estado de México, México.Read More
Young lady crossing Lazaro Cardenas in Historic Center, Mexico City - Mexico.Read More
Back in 2006 you could still run into photographers in some parts of Mexico City who made a living making images of folks in "touristy" areas. The ubiquity of digital sent most of them into early retirement.
Seen in Parque De Los Venados, Mexico City circa 2007. The quotes on the cardboard read: "I am afraid of losing my job and being broke "; I am afraid of not finding a partner and having no children"; "I am afraid that if my father dies I will have to face life alone."