Codename: McDonald’s Hamburger Eyes Because I live about two miles south of the San Francisco city and county line, my photographic work continues to evolve and to benefit from the rich cultural, […]
Dan Ryan is a photojournalist and poet. You can see more of his work at Brisbane Graphic Arts Museum (http://brisbanegraphicartsmuseum.
com), and on Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/pictopticon/). He lives in Brisbane, California.
“It’s easy to be a holy man on the top of a mountain”… Tuesday I was in this pre-apocalyptic part of San Francisco right next to the 101 freeway that’s a mixture […]
Be your happy self, peoples… If you’ve seen this column before, you know what it’s about. If you haven’t, you’ll figure it out quickly. So I’m just going to get right to […]
Codename: Homeless Dancing Albinism Photographically speaking, I had a great week. It was full of the brief but enriching encounters with people that drive home to me why I’m a photojournalist. Even […]
The streets ran red with green… At best St. Patrick’s Day is a problematic holiday, celebrated more upon the basis of benevolent boozy pop culture myth than upon an accurate understanding of […]
Codename: Taqueria Drive-thru… I’ve only got one photo for you this week because I’m hindered by the head cold from Hell, and I’m lazy, and I’m rethinking how I do this photography […]
a.k.a. ‘My WEAK of shooting’… In terms of photographing people, my week was frustrating. I felt like my reflexes and timing were off, my heart wasn’t completely into this work I love […]
Codename: Pink Tuba Fire… Welcome to the first installment of a new weekly feature here on Scholars & Rogues. It’s an ongoing showcase of photographs from my growing body of photojournalism and […]
The gods lit a campfire at dawn… The glow of the gods we imagine, and pray to when we are weak… (Brisbane, California, December 2018. See my other work on Scholars & […]
Autumn loves visual spectres… Nocturnes, nighttime, short lives, long crime, the moon is the vampire because the sun is afraid of the dark. Be the moon. (Brisbane, California 2018. See my other […]