Portraits at the Barbershop
This is a series, which is a cross section of the everyday people that go into different barbershops. There are walks of life from all socio-economic-religious-sexual backgrounds. This is a cross section. I packed my camera, one profoto strobe and my rotalux and went to get a haircut at my parents barbershop in SouthPhoenix. I set up the lights outside the shop and started to ask strangers if I could take their portrait. Real portraits. No makeup, no styling, just real people. Almost everyone says yes. There is so much beauty in everyone. Not only a selected few. Its everyone. Here is to the beauty in people and their inner strength. Remember kindness brings kindness. This is part of my peace.