Walter Kehr has described his book as "just a simple book of photos.“ It is a collection of snapshots that were taken when no one was looking, or as the sun was beginning to creep above an otherwise empty street corner in New York. But they also form a greater truth. They remind us that, in life, it is the smallest moments that often mean the most.
Walter Kehr studied at Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, and was an assistant to Richard Avedon, Tony Kaye, and others before making his career as a photographer and movie director in Los Angeles.
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About the Author
Born 1966 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Studied at Hochschule der Künste, Berlin. Assistant to Richard Avedon and Tony Kaye, a.o. Art and movie director, created very successfull spots for international clients like MacDonalds, Mercedes Benz, Nissan. Also short films, e.g. Miguel" (1994) which was shown at the berlin film festival and the sundance film festival. Kehr lives in Los Angeles, USA.