You could say that award-winning photographer Tony Gale truly immerses himself in his work. Heck, in life! He shoots for clients such as Bank of America, McGraw Hill, Phoenix House, State Farm and Foundation for the National Archives (among many others). He teaches his craft at Parsons The New School for Design. And he runs at least four miles a day.
Add these honors to the list: board member of American Photographic Artists New York Chapter, photographic judge for Rangefinder Magazine, technical editor for Focal Press, and workshop instructor.
Some Interesting People is the name of the blog he curates. It’s an evolving collection of words and images. The simple beauty of Tony’s project is that it vividly highlights how lots of folks – famous and not-at-all-famous – are really interesting when you capture them with a respectful eye.
Read our exclusive profile and see more of his work.