The Washington Post
– May 3, 10:51 AM
It's not just the International Style architecture that knits Schaller's locations together. It's also his individual style of black-heavy black-and-white imagery, which stresses shadows, angles and oblique perspectives. The camera frequently…
Here's what I thought big-city life would be like when I was growing up in rural Missouri and dreaming about moving to the version of NYC I saw on Felicity and Friends: I'd live in a loft-style apartment that used to be a warehouse or something.