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••• My Wordpress Weblog
Note: I have a strong point-of-view, and love to share my thoughts editorially, however I only occasionally feel compelled to write and post an essay.
••• My Twitter Profile
Note: Up to the present, I have found little use for or interest in Twitter. However, when I complete my website and one day become iPhone friendly, I will post events and provide links to new works and print sales.
••• My Linked-In Profile
Note: I really should put my LinkedIn page to better use...
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Note: These days, I am, for the most part, inactive on MySpace.
••• My Tribe Profile
Note: This was one of my first social networking pages, and has images and essays from during my years when living in the San Francisco Bay Area. These days, I am, for the most part, inactive on Tribe.


"While searching for truth, I, while living, have become one with the universe"
--- a variation on a quote from C. Marlowe's "Dr. Faustus"

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"Because I dream... I am not."
--- from the film, "Leolo"



I'm a freelance, d.i.y. photographer, writer, documentarian, artist, and social critic. Both personally and professionally, I am most drawn to the fringe, the eccentric, the marginalized, and the misunderstood, but especially individuals and communities who are self-realized, creative, and unapologetically authentic.

My curiosity for, and fascination with, human nature is inexhaustible, continuously guiding me toward a variety of cultural paradigms, most specifically disappearing and emerging cultures. I do this because, at heart, I am an explorer who wishes to better understand both myself and humanity, in general. Though my camera functions as an archive for my experiential memory, I am more than a photographer. I am a passionate observer, a chronicler, a darkly optimistic humanist, and a de-facto cultural anthropologist and people's visual historian. And without editorial constraints, or a capital driven agenda, and with the help of friends, I have been able to dedicate myself to being in-the-moment, going-with-the-flow, taking my time, following my intuition, making meaningful social connections.

Having lived in San Francisco, New Orleans, the Caribbean, and the Northeastern United States; traveling to Brazil, Cuba, and the Philippines; and exploring a variety of North American subcultures, I've developed a unique perspective. I try to make sense of that which connects each of us to our hidden selves, to each other, to our planet, and to those facets of existence that can only be described as the great unknown.

When it's all said and done, I believe that life is for the living, and *this* life is probably a 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunity, so that no thing, no person, no experience, and no opportunity should be taken-for-granted. As such, I attempt to live a life that is personally liberated, fulfilling, and in-the-moment, while being socially contributive and inspiring. My prescription for living is founded upon possibility, authenticity, creativity, community, curiosity, kindness, courage, listening, empathy, experience, expression, dialogue, building alliances with like hearts and minds, being thankful, forgiving, and playful, and the quest for truth. And one day, I hope my works will play a part in inspiring succeeding generations to realize our potential as enlightened beings.

"Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth." - Henry David Thoreau


"The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. Whomever does not know it can no longer wonder, no longer marvel, is as good as dead, and his eyes are dimmed." --- Albert Einstein

DiopterThe Voice of Eye

“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.” --- Dale Carnegie



••• An Epson Stylus Photo R2880 Inkjet Printer
••• A Canon G9 w/ wide angle adaptor
••• A Leica M8 w/ 28mm Lens
••• Studio Lighting
••• A Zoom H4n Portable Digital Audio Recorder
••• A High Definition Mini-DV Camera
••• Adobe Lightroom

••• A Permanent Gallery & Studio Space
••• Frequent Flyer Miles
••• House sitting gigs

••• Paid Freelance Assignments
••• Sponsorship & Patronage
••• Grants & Residencies

••• A Manager
••• An Agent/Publicist
••• A Grant Writer and Fiscal Sponsor
••• An Administrative Assistant
••• A Photo Editor/Photoshop Expert
••• A Website and E-Commerce Site Designer
••• An Online Sales Expert
••• A Copyright Lawyer
••• An Accountant



Documentary Photojournalism, Fine Art Photography, Portraiture, Band Photography, Performance Photography, Activist Photography, Promotional Photography, Digital Audio Documentary, Digital Audio Field Recording


"The mission of photography is to explain man to man and each man to himself.” --- Edward Steichen

The Heart of Winter"No Worries"

"The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. Whomever does not know it can no longer wonder, no longer marvel, is as good as dead, and his eyes are dimmed." --- Albert Einstein


A Dedication...

Though this gallery includes many images that look back to and share experiences I had in San Francisco, at Burning Man, and other places, my gallery is first and foremost dedicated to the people of New Orleans.

My heartfelt sentiments go out to those who have, since its inception, endured servitude, negligence, corruption, exploitation, and gentrification... having to fight for their cultural identity and civil rights in the face of the moral crusade, political indifference, cultural homogeneity, and economic imperialism... not to mention having survived the greatest natural disaster and political failure in the history of the United States. I, however, reserve a special place in my heart for those who have supported my efforts and endeavors while also befriending me, even during my own times of duress and need.


"My mission is the creation of a new perception of the world. Thus I decipher in a new way a world unknown to you." --- Vertov

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“He who learns must suffer. And even in our sleep pain that cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, and in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.” --- Aeschylus


Short Bio:

Since 1998 - while having lived in and between San Francisco, New Orleans, and Washington D.C. - I have pursued photography with a passion and a flare for creative composition and historical tenor. Though I started out with the intent of becoming a National Geographic and Smithsonian photographer, I have since found my visual voice through documentary photography, photojournalism, conceptual and fine art imagery, portraiture, band and performance photography, and photographic activism.

To date, I have been both self-directed and motivated by a sense of purpose. As a result, I am deeply invested in my subjects, my experiences, and the quality of my work: having embarked on an extensive exploration of Burning Man culture in the early 2000s, assembling an intimate portrait of the cross-section of creatives and eccentrics who urban underground communities, and immersing myself in a three-year plus chronicle of New Orleans and its residents, who have, on their own, succeeded in overcoming many of the challenges following the devastation visited upon them by Hurricane Katrina.

Thus far, my images have been published in The Village Voice and Lenswork Magazine, my prints have been purchased for the permanent collections of The Louisiana State Museum and The Historic New Orleans' Collection, my journalistic ethic has been appreciated by faculty from universities such as Columbia and Stanford, my activist fervor has been recognized by The Institute For Southern Studies and the German Parliament, and my talents commissioned by the likes of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art and the Burning Man, LLC.

In an effort to publish the first of my many books from the past eleven years on queue, I am beginning the process by editing the many thousands of images I have acquired from my New Orleans experience while developing my professional network.



••• The working title of this visual thesis is, "Forsaken... Not Forgotten".
••• To provide an honest and intimate portrait of New Orleans and its inhabitants since Hurricane Katrina and the Great Flood.
••• To share my understanding of New Orleans at this time through an open-minded and participatory approach, so as to chronicle and report far beyond the myopic portrayal of the media.
••• This visual thesis is executed with special attention given to the on-going physical, social, and economic struggles, as well as the unique culture and enduring spirit of the New Orleans' inhabitant, especially in a country that has all but forgotten the value of heritage, cultural diversity, ritual, ceremony, tradition, and creative living.

••• To provoke thought, feeling, and action from the viewer so that it may result in positive change.
••• To encourage a worldwide cross-cultural dialogue through presenting powerful imagery and thoughtful commentary regarding the myriad of social, cultural, economic, political, and environmental issues that challenge humanity and our planet in the 21st-Century.
••• This gallery explores the beauty, the suffering, and the enduring spirit of the human species so as to increase both social- and self-awareness, and inform the collective conscience.
••• To visually interpret regional culture and subculture in an effort to promote understanding, the diversity of human expression, our connection to each other and our environment.
••• To explore the remnants of traditional culture within regional and ethnic communities that struggle to maintain their identity in the face of economic imperialism.
••• To chronicle the growing number of communities who strive to create new forms of cultural identity and expression in the face of a society stripped of purpose and identity.
••• To encourage an understanding of the easily dismissed or misunderstood.

••• To photograph each person with their dignity and humanity in-tact.
••• To capture the often overlooked ephemera within a pre-existing context that will encourage the viewer to be reflective and consider different possibilities.
••• To celebrate those who are self-directed, radically expressive, unapologetically individual, socially conscious, thoughtful, visionary, honest, authentic, fearless, provocative, adventurous, playful, creative, cooperative, empathetic, compassionate and curious who embrace truth and wisdom as their guiding light.
••• To shake-up and inspire the many who sleepwalk through life, who follow an unconscious routine, who subscribe to social prescriptions, and/or who allow others to make decisions and take responsibility for them.

••• To recognize that in all of its manifestations the human body is visually complex and emotionally alluring. And that throughout history artwork of the nude human form has attracted more attention, both good and bad, by the average person than any other type of art.
••• To photograph each person in the nude with consideration to their dignity and humanity. However, in this instance, an image is captured through the filter of form, texture, beauty, sensuality, and/or the mysticism within a mythological, archetypal, historical, egoic, and/or socially provocative context.
••• To present sensuality and sexuality as both transcendental art and raw humanity.

••• I am on a self-directed mission to bring my interpretation of truth and beauty - through the filters of acute awareness, cognizant intuition, creative vision, and a sense of connectedness - to the people of the world in an effort to affect, inspire, and move, to provoke questions, dialogue, and ultimately change.
••• I seek to challenge myself and improve upon my talents and skills as an artist and documentarian through experiencing different ways of seeing, being, and engaging the world.
••• I wish to travel the world to ally myself to and befriend like-minded individuals - be they creative, social, scientific, and spiritual visionaries - who seek to find ways to live peaceably together and in cooperation with our planet.
••• I wish to continue to learn about how to accurately yet artfully communicate a visual story with respect paid to different cultural and individual points-of-view.
••• Though I enjoy creative collaboration and thoughtful input, because I do not subscribe to the mainstream art and media's propensity toward censorship, propaganda, sensationalism, and dumbing down in order to benefit the capital agenda of monied interests, I will continue to document my experience and the people/communities who are of interest me without restrictions or agendas imposed by editors, patrons, and/or special interests.
••• I wish to be respected as both an artist and documentarian, published in a variety of media, and exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide.


“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” --- Aaron Siskind

The Tree of Hope #2Birthday Suit"Wanted"

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” --- Albert Einstein


••• To be invited to observe, photographically interpret, and share my observations and experiences with people who are receptive to not only appreciating beauty, but also diversity, human suffering, the enduring spirit, and the strange.
••• To facilitate the process of learning about one's self and and our connection to each another.
••• To document the struggle of long extant cultures who attempt to maintain their heritage and cultural identity, while concurrently, communities of like-minded individuals attempt to create a cultural context with purpose and distinction in a world overpopulated by people who subscribe to conformity and uniformity.
••• To explore a myriad of places and cultures in an effort to nurture an understanding of society and self.
••• To promote awareness, dialogue, diplomacy, self-expression, alliance, community, and self-realization within a democratic framework.
••• To inspire honesty, authenticity, and responsibility to ourselves and one another.


“Photography for me is not looking, it's feeling. If you can't feel what you're looking at, then you're never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.” --- Don McCullin

A Childhood Lost

“Keep me away from the wisdom which does not cry, the philosophy which does not laugh, and the greatness which does not bow before children.” --- Kahlil Gibran


“In photography there are no shadows that cannot be illuminated.” --- August Sanders

Mr. Rhythm

“Look for the answer inside your question.” --- Rumi



The alias I've adopted is a modification of the name of one of my all time favorite experimental noise and dark ambient groups, Voice of Eye. Being that the name resonated with the way that I both experience and interpret the world, and the separate musicians had moved onto other projects, I decided to keep the name alive.

However recently, by sheer coincidence, Ure Thrall, who is a friend of one of my dearest friends, and a one time co-collaborator with Voice of Eye, informed me that, after over a decade of inactivity, VOE will again come together in October of 2008 for an international ambient music event entitled "I Am In Dust" (www.iamindust.com), located in Oakland, California.

As strange as the story of my life has been, it's about to get stranger, because I will be the photographer for this event.


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Mom, Dad, Sis, Julie G, Rachel H, Olga L, Aline P, Juan ADP (RIP), Erika P, Afshin & Carolyn P, Jennifer H, Lea B, Arzuaga, Tania S, Kevy A, Lisa N, Rosanna S, Andre & Eric, Wayne M, Andy S, Jordan L, Leah K, Kristina C, Spark Rich, Lori & Jaime, Andrew D, Kelly C, Ted N, Bonnie D, Elizabeth G, Dan Dead, Mark P, Jose TT, Craig T, Robin W, Christopher T, Thaddeus C, Allan F, Matthew P, Katie W, Marta D, Sonja S, Katya, Larry B, Lisa K, Alicia V, Jon H, Nick S, Chloe S, Donny M, Firefly, Gena V, Marrus & Jay, Gina M, Jennifer P, Josh & Sophia, Kate A, Lauren A, Garrett, Patricia M, Low Rent, Nargiza, Xarene E, Jim K, Charles S

Newt B, Kat K, Paul G, Tara V, Kevin C, Peter J, Katherine C, Ned & Veronica, Tova R, Dennielle K, Mary G, Kim & Hideto, Sister Merry Peter, Rena J, Maneli K, Nadya W, Shiloh R, Clintone, Amanda V, Sonia B, Philippe, Annie C, Grace W, Nick B, Michel V, Sean aka Dante, Katy H, Jack S, Jonathan G, Niamh S, R. Moose J, Ace, Tiffany B, Charlie D, Theo E, Bird, Chenoa F, Bridget B, Stephanie & Todd, Lisa L, Shannon B, Trixie M

Juan ADP (RIP), Afshin & Carolyn P, Chris S, Peter J, Jim K, Newt B, Kevin C, Fred M, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Jon, Mark P, Christopher T, Craig T, Marrus & Jay, Garrett, Bryan H, Cecelia L, Flynn M, Larry B, Maid Mariane, Larry H, Xarene E, Charles S

DPW, Xeno, Mystic Family Circus, Death Guild, Rhythm Society, Infinite Kaos, S.P.A.Z., Jewels S, Burning Man, Burning Bush, The DPW, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Vau de Vire Society, Apsara, Cellspace, R Productions, Kinky Salon, Dadafest, Art Angels, Camanda Galactica, WAWBSABS, Pain Tribe, Krewe du Poux, Royal Revelers of Discordia, Alley Cats, Mardi Gras Indians, Congo Nation, New Orleans' O.T.O., Artspot Productions, Mondo Bizarro, The Dragon's Den, One Eyed Jack's, The Hi Ho Lounge, Cafe Brazil, Mimi's, N.O.madic Tribal, Sallie Ann Glassman, Priestess Miriam, New Orleans' Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs


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    Mischievous Miss A says:

    "Craig can see people but he can see further than many photographers on Flickr. When you visit his world you see wonderful and real glimpses of how people live. That's special and it's very rare. Here is the work of a true humanist, and it's brilliant work as far as I'm concerned"

    April 13th, 2008

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    belle.fleur says:

    "Craig, one of my favorite photographers here in Flickr. He is very talented in capturing details from people's lives. He has a good eye to describe through his photos the small and great moments that happens in one's life. I really have enjoyed his photography from the first time I have had the chance to look out his work. Keep it up Craig!:)"

    February 15th, 2008

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    aeionic says:

    "Craig is a self-taught genius and it is just a matter of time before his talent at documenting the less traveled paths of American culture is recognized as a national treasure for both artistic and historical reasons. I was lucky enough to watch him photograph one night in the French Quarter and it was an amazing and humbling experience. Craig knows both how to approach subjects openly and how to photograph in an unobtrusive manner. He is methodical, thoughtful, diligent, and a perfectionist . His talent for unusual compositions is unmatched. Perhaps the most important lessons I learned from Craig were derived from observing his generosity to the down-and-out and listening to him explain his respect for those he photographs."

    November 15th, 2007

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    openyourglobaleyes says:

    "This is serious ethnographic documentary that is clearly captured with sensitivity and a fundamental interest in people and their ways of life. In this sense, the images are art but social science at the same time. Photographers like Craig make photography relevant to the world in which we all live together. This spreads love and concern; ultimate peaks for a dream of togetherness in a human diversity worth striving for in the 21st Century."

    May 9th, 2007

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    pivi says:

    "An obvious talent to show us the theater of life and its perpetual
    circus. Peoples in Graig's pictures are funny or tragic sometimes both at the same time but especially they are true.
    Merci à toi Graig"

    March 14th, 2007

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    *Nargiz says:

    "World is spinning around as the time goes by…. We acquire different skills, experience but our personality never changes…. I think that we all are expressing our personalities through our pictures thus delivering our thoughts and points of view to others. “World through black and white” is what Graig’s photostream composed of, and looking at his meaningful pictures we receive an attitude of our life’s reality in individual perspective, which is so sharp and remarkable in such loosing colors. May you enjoy your world and deliver your ideas to us!!!!"

    February 28th, 2007

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    tregoneal says:

    "Some people take pictures, Craig captures moments.
    Real moments. His work always reflects a very personal style to real world issues. He tells a story with each piece of his art.
    He inspires and teaches us all through his images.
    He doesn't wait for the picture to come to him.... Craig seeks out those extraordinary moments most of us never catch."

    February 26th, 2007

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    Loki and Lex says:

    "Craig's photos provide a beautiful "slice of life," presented with a consistent eye towards the social context of his imagery. His wandering camera captures the nobility and the pathos of day to day existence. He is consistently both one of my favorite flickr streams and most insightful photographers in the New Orleans area."

    February 26th, 2007

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    BlackStone´s/ Photography says:

    "Craig's photographs transports me to his own eye, his own stories how he sees this crazy world we live, he captures the human behavior wonderfully, magically.. reality, cinematicly, dark and light, almost tragic, with a touch of comedy like the circus..but is real..
    Thanks for your wonderful eye.."

    February 24th, 2007

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    Moxette says:

    "It’s not easy to write a testimonial for Craig, because my words could never encapsulate the experience I have when I visiting this lovely flickr pal. One thing very clear to me is that Craig is someone who cares – passionately and deeply – a real ‘people person’. As he goes about his business of documenting the world around him - the injustice and hardship, as well as the good stuff - you just know he’ll do it with an empathic and honest eye. Selective release of news can sometimes prohibit the truth from reaching foreign shores, but you can trust Craig to lead you to the parts that others (often those with the purse-strings) choose to ignore. His work in New Orleans post-Katrina demonstrates this so well.

    But there’s more to Craig than a social conscience. He is also a very creative photographer. The quality of his images is stunning… and it just keeps getting better. I’m convinced one day some famous photographic journal will discover him here and snap him up. If (or perhaps I should say when) that happens I’ll be very happy for him."

    February 23rd, 2007

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    go_fili says:

    "The Voice of Eye...he is a poet,an artist a good soul.I met him here on flickr and i´m very happy about is.Especialy for me,a little girl from Europe it is so amazing to see his photos.He tells me tales about the states,about people from America,about New Orleans.Actually i would know stories about all this from the tv but The Voice of Eye gives me the change to see it all from an other point of view...a human pont of view....
    Thanks,Craigi :)"

    February 21st, 2007

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    kasia.dudczak says:

    "When I saw for the first time Craigs' photos I was suprised. They were differ markedly from photos which I have seen in the past. They're so peculiar and full of emotions. It is no mean feat to captured whole palette of humans feelings. He's doing it in perfect and stunning way. I'm really impressed and I wish that someday my 'the most uncommon of North American friend' will take me photo. It would be one of the most beautiful gift for me :)"

    February 20th, 2007

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    Benjamoon von Schwulemann's Salon des Refusés says:

    "I was introduced to Craig’s images when searching for views of Burning Man, but was overwhelmed by the power of his photographs from New Orleans. His views of the battered national treasure are poignant, lively and riveting. He not only exposes the neglect of the regime in power and the relentless devastation, but also reveals the resilient humanity and heroic struggle of our brothers and sisters who create a way of life there."

    February 13th, 2007

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    R. Motti says:

    "Craig is one of my favorite photographers on Flickr and a constant source of inspiration. He has a great way of capturing life in an artistic way and, despite a fairly eclectic range of subjects and events, he always imprints his personal style to his work."

    February 13th, 2007

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    GôDiNô says:

    "Craig is with no doubt a great concerned photographer.He show us the world with great humanity,and an amazing sense of the "decisive moment".
    His work is a great account on USA social history,and beyond,mankind!"

    February 12th, 2007

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    KrisNBR says:

    "I fell upon Craig's work not very long ago when I was browsing through some images taken in and around the New Orleans area. Since I live in the Katrina disater area, I've become numb to seeing loss in every person's life. Craig's work is so compelling, I was reminded of the pain and suffering I saw days after the storm. His ability to capture the emotion of his subject touched me so much that I began looking at every piece of work he has posted online. I look forward to seeing his work everyday to remind me of what New Orleans once was, and what it has become."

    February 10th, 2007

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    daphneann says:

    "Craig's pictures document the street life and culture of New Orleans, telling the true story of the people. He shows aspects of life in America which are not well known to those of us on the other side of the world and makes them part of our consciousness. His pictures are revealing and graphic. He's a truly great photographer and documenter of history."

    February 10th, 2007

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    AnnuskA - AnnA Theodora says:

    "Craig's work is amazing... They have great quality and intense social content and preocupation. The images are powerful and touching, either funny or sad. All that's human can be found in his photos!!"

    February 10th, 2007

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    Allan Ludwig says:

    "I think The Voice of Eye is doing a superb job documenting the terrible tragedy of New Orleans after Katrina. He shows us through his pictures and texts how the government on all levels turned it's back on the suffering people. I think that all Americans ought to know about the tragedy so that the record is clear about the true nature of what took place there. The Voice of Eye will part of the historical record which shows how inept and insincere our government really is when the chips are down and the people need help. If any curators, editors or others in the media can help to get this important work looked at or published I would urge them to do so."

    February 9th, 2007

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    Emmanuel Smague says:

    "Le travail de Craig nous donne une leçon d'humanisme. Il sait toujours capter l'instant décisif. Une grande qualité technique et une spontanéité auxquelles je suis très sensible.
    Son travail est un véritable document!
    Merci de nous offrir ces clichés qui racontent toutes une histoire."

    February 9th, 2007

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    SuperKarmen says:

    "Entrar en el photostream de "The voice of Eye" es darse un paseo por unas fotografías que transmiten y que son verdaderamente preciosas.
    Te gustarán muchísimo sus ediciones en blanco y negro, son increíbles. Saludos desde España querido amigo ;)"

    February 8th, 2007

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    Mrs. Belleza Arecibeña says:

    "Craig, The Voice of Eye besides being an amazing photographer is a humanitarian, chronicling the lives of those forgotten and dismissed as less desirable because of economic status or racial identity. He shows compassion in his photo story telling that jumps out of the frame, there is a respect for the subject that is felt by those who look on. I applaud you Craig for taking a leap of faith and going down to NOLA and showing us the people that are still suffering, our fellow Americans that CNN and the rest are no longer covering for twisted political agendas!!

    Thanks for doing what you do minus the urine found in the mainstream media but with all the passion of an activist!!!"

    February 6th, 2007

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    Mei Todd says:

    "Craig's work is really awesome.
    Every photo he shows is a piece of art and a piece of a story........................


    January 25th, 2007

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    muskva says:

    "I've bumped into Craig's Flickr stream only a month ago.
    I am very lucky.
    I've discovered not only fine artist but also good friend and soulmate.

    I entirely adore the work of Craig.
    His pictures are reflecting real life.
    Sorrow and joy are close neighbours in here.

    Oscar Wilde said:
    "The supreme object of life is to live.
    Few people live.
    It is true life only to realize one's own perfection, to make one's every dream a reality."

    Craig, I think it's about you...."

    January 2nd, 2007

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    niko.chan says:

    "The stories told by this Man are wonderful, his world is wonderful and his words are wonderful....
    He offers us a magic and unusual World, an everyday fairy tale and I'm really glad I met him here...

    Thanks for the dreams you give us everyday..."

    December 10th, 2006

Culture:Subculture Photography
October 2005
New Orleans, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Philadelphia
The Untied States of Amerigo Vespucci
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Photographer (Documentary, Portrait, Live Music & Performance, Fine Art), Writer, Community Activist
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