This week we feature the work of photographer Michelle Groskopf.
Michelle Groskopf is a street photographer dividing her time between Los Angeles, New York and Toronto. She has made a practice of shooting the world around her almost daily for the past 20 years. She is the AV editor for The New Inquiry. Of her work she explains, “my photographs compulsively reveal strangers in solitary moments, families huddled together as if in small clans, daily narratives unfolding at the side of the road, the joy of the everyday.”
View more on Michelle Groskopf’s own website.