Street & Documentary Style Photography: The Ongoing Moment Premium class

Andre D. Wagner, Photographer

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6 Videos (32m)
    • Introduction

    • Project and Past Work

    • Getting Familiar with Your Camera

    • Walk the Walk

    • Creating Intimacy

    • Developing and Reviewing


About This Class

Follow photographer Andre D. Wagner as he roams the streets of New York documenting life as it passes by. This class shows Andre’s method of working as well as his personal means of expression. In this process you’ll learn the immediate way in which he captures everyday reality, and his efforts to allow photographs to have a visual language of their own. You’ll get insight as to how he approaches strangers, photographs with confidence, and the importance of following your gut reaction. If you love street photography, storytelling as a visual language, or just endlessly curious about life, this is the class for you.  


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Awesome workshop! I'll be looking to take my camera out in a whole new way now.
Excellent! Andre is a true artist in his field and brings back the passion and intimacy of the genre that seems to be missing of late.





Andre D. Wagner


Currently based in Brooklyn, Andre D. Wagner makes photographs which encapsulate American life and its social landscape. City streets, people, parades, public transportation, and the youth of the twenty-first century are his visual language. 

Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Wagner received a BFA in Social Work and Digital Media in 2010. Wagner's practice also includes developing his own black and white negatives and making silver gelatin prints in a traditional darkroom. 

Wagner's solo exhibition at Papillion Gallery (Los Angeles) received a glowing review in the L.A. Times. Wagner has also exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in New York, Paris, and Los Angeles. Additionally, his photographs been featured on New York Magazine, New York Times, Business InsiderFeature ShootPetaPixelThe Great Discontent, and VSCO.