From Goldfield’s many images, a single, rich, complex and beautiful portrait emerges. … A collection like no other.
Goldfield was inspired and took action. He did whatever it took to create his vision. And the results are spectacular.
Book review: Decidedly poetic, like a number of the greatest photography books over time.
The children’s portraits are our dreams and the realization that among our world’s cultures they represent our collective hopes for a good life and a safe place to grow up.
Having never sent photos of my kids around by e-mail before, I found I simply couldn’t resist sending your photos. A friend wrote back, “Most of the time you look at pictures and just think, oh yeah, cute kid. But with these I feel like I know her a lot better now.” What higher praise?
Danny Goldfield’s projects are subversive actions against social regressiveness by quietly focusing upon individuals, which short-circuits stereotypes.
From a partnership: He’s organized, creative, focused and a delight to work with on a day to day basis. I highly recommend partnering!
Living to see 100 years old is not for the faint of heart. Capturing the essence of what it’s like to be a member of the coveted centenarian club is even harder — unless you’re photographer Danny Goldfield.