For over a decade, Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin has been photographing the ever changing streets of Los Angeles. His work blends elements of landscape, documentary, and street photography to present a side of the city that’s foreign to the unfamiliar. The experience of growing up in the neighborhoods he documents is the foundation for his photo essays, sharing a local perspective on the city that is often missing from the mainstream narrative.

In 2017 Kwasi was included on Time Magazine’s list of 12 African American Photographers to Follow and was featured on the New York Time’s Lens Blog. In addition to taking part in several exhibitions, Kwasi attended the 2018 New York Times Portfolio Review and his work has appeared internationally in Il Post and Slate France. Currently Kwasi regularly contributes to Curbed Los Angeles and has several other clients including KCET and Netflix.

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