1. Personal work: Michael Mastrangelo in Washington, DC, July 2014.

    *I started a new portrait project, where I photograph friends and strangers in my studio. Interested in sitting for a portrait, send me an email at jared.soares@gmail.com for more details. I’ve got a couple more openings in July and then I’m starting to schedule sittings for August.

     
  2. Personal work: Puddle in Greenwood, Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  3. Personal work: Birthday party in Greenwood, Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  4. Personal work: Chris and Z. in Greenwood, Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  5. Personal work: Anacostia Community Boathouse in Washington, DC, July 2014.

     
  6. Personal work: Anacostia Community Boathouse in Washington, DC, July 2014.

     
  7. Personal work: Girl in Greenwood, Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  8. Personal work: Dennis in Greenwood, Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  9. I had a few photos from my Martinsville project publish with an adapted excerpt from Beth Macy's book, Factory Man on The New Yorker site last week. Read the story and then go buy Beth’s book. Then go listen to Beth on Fresh Air.

     
  10. Personal work: Martin in Greenwood, Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  11. Personal work: Classic car in Minter City, Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  12. Personal work: Cotton field along Highway 82 in Mississippi, June 2014.

     
  13. Vintage insecticide sprayers at the Chemical Heritage Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for Wired, May 2014.

     
  14. fascinations83:

    Thursday zine release party. Barbershops. I have spent the last 3 months in barbershops in brooklyn. Barbershops represent a meeting place for men of all generations. Knowledge and wisdom is passed and shared from older generations down to younger ones. There will be a barber on premises as well; cutting hair. So come down and get lined up.

    If you don’t know Sean Maung, you need to get familiar.

     
  15. Blow pipes from the 1800s at the Chemical Heritage Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for Wired, May 2014.