Piece description from the artist
A spontaneous moment in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Bushwick is historically a neighborhood where German immigrants settled. In the late 20th century, the neighborhood became predominantly Hispanic. However, Bushwick is not immune to the gentrification occurring in Brooklyn and is already showing signs of a demographic change.
Collin Erickson picked up photography after spending hundreds of hours in a darkroom around 2002. From this experience he bought his first digital SLR and could never put it down again. His eye is constantly searching for something that others may have overlooked. These are the moments that he finds the most incredible.
Collin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Art & Graphic Design. Collin then went on to obtain a Master in Architecture. It was a grueling time but he took a lot from it and learned how to further refine his art and design background.
Collin's aim is to meld both photography and architecture together into one career. He has a unique love for both disciplines.
Collin is currently living in the New York Metropolitan area. He is an accomplished artist/photographer and has displayed his landscape/abstract photography & paintings in many galleries across the United States.
You can stay up to date with all his new work on Instagram. Account name: cson83
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