The Architecture Of Photography; So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright Page 2
Advisory: Violent images. Photojournalism is a tough game. You're exposed
to moments of violence, desperation, and sadness as well as those of intense
joy. Kevin Moloney is a photojournalist who has seen and photographed it all
from the Columbine school shooting to forest fires to labor picket lines. All
of this is captured with consummate skill in his Portfolio that clearly demonstrates
Moloney's obvious passion for his work.
In Stock Images you'll meet the other side of Moloney: the one with a twinkle in his eyes who skillfully blends cute pictures of dogs with muscle and exotic sports cars in a colorful, Erwitt-esque pastiche that delights the eye and the soul. Over in Recent Work, you'll find a cinematic essay on Manaus, Brazil, which combines a dynamic audio soundscape of photographs of fishermen, their work and catch, that brings the graphic reality of how that filet of sole made it from the sea to your dinner plate. Throughout it all, Moloney's photographs neither glamorize nor denigrate his subjects, allowing them their own space and time to define themselves, while he captures that elusive moment in time. The site design is just reasonably competent, but Moloney's images are spectacular.
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