© Raul Esparza Photography

© Raul Esparza Photography

I have always been a fan of photography, but my real passion and love for the art came 10 years ago, while living overseas in Avignon, France. I had just received my first digital camera, and was shooting everything from birds, to streets, graffiti, and anything that struck my eye. The more I shot, the more I learned, and the more I fell in love with the feeling of a camera in my hands, looking at life behind a lens.

I have exhibited and sold prints at the Rebellion Festival Punk Art Gallery in Blackpool, England, as well as participated in numerous art shows locally. I am always interested in upcoming opportunities to display my work.

© Jessica Moncrief Photography

© Jessica Moncrief Photography

I currently reside in San Francisco and specialize in concert / event photography, model portfolio development, and fine art with a street-edge. I pride myself on creating a unique style for each individual client.

Please take your time browsing my site, and I am sure you will find something that you enjoy. I appreciate comments, criticism, feedback, or a simple hello.

I am constantly adding new material to the site, so be sure to subscribe or bookmark this page so you can receive updates on what’s going on in the world of Urban Spectacle Photography.

There are days when the technique of an aimless stroll – without timetable or destination – works like a charm, flushing out pictures from the non-stop urban spectacle.

— Robert Doisneau

4 thoughts on “About

  1. tim flynn on said:

    hello, keep the photos flowing….

  2. So cool!!! Great job!!!! Hugs

  3. Jen Strout on said:

    Would love to purchase some of the concert photos for personal use in my home. Do u sell prints?

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