Photographers. Travel Clay Enos Clay Enos refuses to be pigeonholed into any one category of...

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  • Photographers
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  • Travel Clay Enos Clay Enos refuses to be pigeonholed into any one category of photography. From a portrait session with Sting to a print campaign for Red Stag Bourbon or a spontaneous portrait on the street, Clay consistently captures moments that feel both real and transcendent. Always spontaneous and edgy, Clay's unique style shines through his commercial, editorial and personal photographs. Clay proved his eye for portraits in his first large scale photography project, Streetstudio. Launched in 2000, Streetstudio involved shooting portraits of random passersby on the streets of New York. By bringing his studio to the street he gains access to the most remarkable faces in the city. This access combined with his sheer enthusiasm and friendly rapport, allowed Clay to create quiet, poignant, portraits of everyday people that reflect the myriad beauty and electric spirit of New York City. Since the inception of Streetstudio, Clay has expanded the project to other cities that include London, Paris, Amsterdam, Black Rock City, Bangkok, and Berlin. To date, the Streetstudio collection contains well over twenty thousand portraits.
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  • Travel
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  • Portrait Arnold Newman
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  • Portrait
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  • Documentation Altif Qadri
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  • Documentation
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  • Landscape and Nature Tamao Funahashi
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  • Landscape and Nature
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  • Sports Duane Hart
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  • Sports
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  • Architecture
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  • Wild Life Marion Hogl
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  • Wild Life
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  • Fine Art Emily Allchurch
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  • Fine Art