Tracy is a film photographer in Oregon. His work has appeared in Hamburger Eyes, F-Stop Magazine (online), the Carolina Quarterly, December Magazine, and others. Upcoming work includes photography in The Sun Magazine.
I’M NOT GREAT WITH NAMES BUT I’M PRETTY GOOD WITH FACES
These statements are difficult to write, I’m afraid. I’m not quite a street photographer, but more that pest that scours every waking mundane scene with a camera to discretely capture a partial scene that hints at a larger picture to be imagined.
I don’t often photograph faces, instead focusing on the language of our unconscious bodies. Nothing is staged, just poached from a living still life
This sounds fairly high register, but really I just dig shooting stills that look like single frames lifted from a movie you can’t quite remember but it’s on the tip of your tongue.
Thank you for the opportunity. Your publication is rad.
To view more of Tracy Pitts’s work please visit his website.