ED KASHI
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September 12, 2013

Since 1977 I have been developing a photographic approach I call Abandoned Moments, something solely connected to the practice and art of photography that captures a spiritual essence of this craft. It’s a unique expression of my personal journey as a photographer and a way of seeing and creation that started in 1977 when I was a photo student in London, and has evolved into my daily practice as a documentary photographer and photojournalist.

The folks at Forward Thinking Museum have graciously opened their online gallery to a selection of this ongoing project, which I hope to make into a book one day. This work represents over 30 years of image making, culled from personal projects, assignments and commissions.

Categories: FM, Inspiration, Notes From Ed, Press, Published

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