A selection of work by photographer Andrew Kodama from Berkley, California. Interested in capturing scenes that affect the way people interact with their environment, Kodama sees photography as a matter of perspective. Or, rather, the changing of it. As he explains:
“Photography is like skateboarding in that you start to see the world in a specific visual language. A curb isn’t just something you step up but once you skate it becomes an important symbol. I like being able to use photography as a way to recontextualize moments of our world.”
See more images below.