George Byrne is an Australian photographer that currently resides in Los Angeles. “Borrowing from the clean, vivid clarity of modernist painting, Byrne also references the New Topographics photography movement via a subject matter firmly entrenched in the urban everyday” describes in his site.
His photographs has a colorful way of looking things. Much like Hayley Eichenbaum‘s article, Byrne focuses on urban scenes. There is a connection in both photographers: Firstly, they both live in Los Angeles. Secondly, both love color in their pictures.
“When it comes to photography, if you choose to you stop utilizing depth, you are basically left with at shapes, color and texture – much like a Matisse cut-out” Byrne explains. Impressive photographs. Enjoy.