Amani Willett photographs the hustle and bustle of crowded cities

Date
21 May 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

New York City is one of those places, like London, where there are just too many people and at any point you may suddenly be engulfed by a mass of tourists, commuters and others about their daily business. This is when Amani Willett takes the opportunity to capture the dynamics of your average crowd, revealing a world of outrage, frustration and solemn expressions. Amani believes “the beauty of a photograph is that it can compel us to re-examine seemingly mundane scenes and events of everyday life.” With compositions you wouldn’t think would work, touché Amani.

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Amani Willett: Street

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Amani Willett: Street

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Amani Willett: Street

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Amani Willett: Street

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Amani Willett: Street

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Amani Willett: Street

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Amani Willett: Street

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