Erika Fulk is a camera button pusher and settings adjuster with a narrow variety of foci in her shoots, including, but not limited to: things you can see, things you can see but not touch, but her specialty is shooting things you can't touch. Her critically acclaimed "This" from the latter series, is a groundbreaking work of tectonic dimensions, though without all the messy real-life consequences. A "Tour de France", according to This Weekly.
On September 21st I had the pleasure of photographing a playground build in the Detroit neighborhood of Brightmoor. The Boll Family YMCA in downtown Detroit teamed up with a non profit called Kaboom to build a […]
So, I was asked by Midtown Detroit Inc. if I would like to help them with their new contemporary light art festival, DLECTRICITY, in the City of Detroit. For two nights, the historic architecture of Midtown […]
Detroit – is a place for lovers, friends, sisters and bothers, uncles and cousins, family, growth, change, acceptance, fear, style, class, fun, amusement, music, dance, bars, restaurants, bikes, cars, the future and the past. I […]