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adamkremer:

an evening with Harry and other moments, 2014

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adamkremer:

an evening with Harry and other moments, 2014

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Adam

Some install shots of Demo (2014) at Working Title in toronto up til mid june.










Working Title - 126A Davenport Rd. - Toronto ON Canada
416.551.1085 / Email

some experimental portraits, keepers and outtakes of author rita zoey chin shot for Marie Claire.

Some keepers / outtakes of caroline polachek shot for the Fader also in the photo issue.

Some outtakes / tears of liev schreiber / van’s general store shot for Bloomberg Businessweek.

Some Tears / Outtakes of Life is Good for Fortune.

Some Ratking tears / outtakes for the cover story I shot on them for the Fader’s photo issue.

go out support this dude -



go out support this dude -

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whatareweherefor: I would love to know what your using for your flash photos, especially in the most recent post. It looks like film... and on camera, but I'd like to know for sure. Thanks man!

Please send all technique related questions to my studio manager info@danielpshea.com ( thanks for the interest in my work ! )

Anonymous: Are those walnut photos film or digi? Thanks.

Please send all technique related questions to my studio manager info@danielpshea.com ( thanks for the interest in my work ! )

Anonymous: Hi Harry, What camera and lenses did you use for the Mountain Pass series? I really dig it your photos man.

Please send all technique related questions to my studio manager info@danielpshea.com ( thanks for the interest in my work ! )

odcious: Hello, you pictures are stunning. I was just wondering what type of camera you use?

Please send all technique related questions to my studio manager info@danielpshea.com ( thanks for the interest in my work ! )

Some video stills of Ratking that ran in the last issue of the Fader


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Will be posting a ton of new tears / install shots from recent editorial work and work I have being shown up in Toronto by some time tomorrow :)

vicemag:

Harry Gould Harvey IV may sound like the name of an old sailboat pegged as an underdog in a gentleman’s race around the world, but in reality it’s what a family in Rhode Island has been naming their sons for generations. The fifth iteration of that series is a photographer who loves punk, making trap playlists, and playing pranks. Harry’s surreal twists on reality have been compiled in the fantastic books One, Mountain Pass,and Canadian Fruit,as well as in large commercial publications like the Fader, JUKE,and Bloomberg’s Business Week. At a time when it feels like everywhere you look one photo just indiscernibly scrolls into the next, we think his dreamy and ethereal pictures are worth a close read, so we wanted to ask him more about them, even if interviewing someone isn’t very punk. 

Hey thanks Vice!