Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin | KCET
Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin is a Los Angeles based photographer whose work focuses on documenting the urban environment. By exploring the relationship between a neighborhood’s physical composition and the lives of those who inhabit it, his photo essays tell stories that are often overlooked.
Post date: 2019-09-04T10:13:27-07:00
There is a tranquility that radiates throughout the city after-hours that can be both beautiful and lonely. Places that are normally bustling with people stand uninhabited, creating a surreal landscape that most never see.
Post date: 2017-03-24T06:09:00-07:00
Downtown Los Angeles is a complex place where people from all walks of life cross paths and sometimes collide. The spaces featured in this photo essay highlight areas where people have died after interactions with the police.
Post date: 2017-03-17T11:00:00-07:00
Just underneath the surface of Koreatown/Westlake lies a history of corruption and police involved violence that includes the infamous LAPD Rampart division scandal as well as several other questionable shootings of unarmed residents.
Post date: 2017-03-10T07:43:00-08:00
Many people move through the city immersed in their daily routines, often oblivious to the events that have taken place on the very streets they traverse. This project documents places where violent acts involving law enforcement have occurred in L.A.