[nggallery id=15] The vehicle-so familiar, frequently abandoned, and usually forgettable. Usually. In this collection, I treated the vehicle as a found object in its current space and time. I played with the landscape and the vehicle to create interest, and through this relationship one can be transported, although the traditional function of a vehicle is nowhere in sight.
Matt Kalinowski is a photographer, new dad and hopeful surfer living in 1,000 square feet in Beverly. He attributes all his success to his failures and all his failures to his successes. Always on the hunt for good subject matter and constantly “framing” life in his mind for the next great image, photography is the tool that he hopes to use in finding some kind of order.