Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Jimmy


14 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Excellent Kevin!

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Next time u see him tell him he knows how to dress! dude has style.

L.D. said...

You may lose your home but you can't lose your style

Virginia said...

OH my friend, this is just a moving portrait. You bring me tears more often than you know.
V

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Such a touching portrait. You can see the suffering and the dignity he bears.

Petrea said...

Fine lines.

spacedlaw said...

Wonderful! A very stylish man.

tenant said...

i suppose so...after thirteen years in L.A. + 3 layoffs in less than a year i'm taking it back to the east coast...one less car on the 5...keep up your work...

Kate said...

A terrific portrait. I'd love to talk to him and find out a little bit about his life's story.

Jean Spitzer said...

Your portraits are special.

Tom said...

An amazing subject ... looks like you found Jimmy along The Silk Road, not downtown LA.

Banjo52 said...

He seems not as helpless, vulnerable as a lot of your subjects. Maybe he's making statements, declarations, not pleas.

Tore Claesson said...

Your catalogue of "street-people" is becoming an amazing document of the existences we see among us everyday but sort of just float by. It's such a antidote to the LA images we're fed through popular media. Despite their obvious lack of success they are in so many ways expressions of the same coin, perhaps just the other side of it. The margins are small in life.

Ken Mac said...

wow