Untitled (Sad Vader)

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Artist Statement


In my photography, I am interested in the spontaneous documentation of scenes from daily life. I am drawn to moments of beauty and humor in the mundane that often go unnoticed. This photograph was taken in a McDonald's restaurant in Upstate New York. The kid was sitting in the booth on his own, wearing a Darth Vader helmet that made the same breathing sound as the character in Star Wars. For some reason, he reminded me of myself as a child. I always wanted a helmet like that when Star Wars first came out, but my parents wouldn't buy me one. This photograph explores various themes that are central to my work and that are heavily influenced by the American TV, movies and pop culture I experienced growing up in the 80s.


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Self-taught photographer Alex Brown was born in Hong Kong, raised in London and currently lives in New York City. His work has been featured in major publications, including Elle, Vice, Soma, Slam and Trace. A recent project involved setting up a photo booth inside a tent in Brooklyn and conducting five-minute portrait sessions. The Pop Up Photo Booth was widely successful, and Brown now plans to continue the project in other cities and countries. He still prefers shooting film to digital. When not taking photographs, Alex can be found deep in the woods in Upstate New York or surfing on Long Island (preferably on Christmas Day).