Jack Meier Gallery will present Generations featuring recent photographic works by Kent Schaffer and Zack Schaffer.
Fascinated with people and their stories, Kent Schaffer has traveled the world to capture and preserve moments in the lives of people that he has met along the way. His latest work will center on the tribes, countryside, and back alleys of Morocco; the orphans and ancient temples of Burma; and the mysteries or romance in the streets of Paris.
Zack Schaffer was born and raised in Houston. A passion of film would lead him to attend the Berkeley Digital Film Institute, where he would later graduate. In 2011, he co-founded Digital Moon Productions, based out of Los Angeles. Zack has a passion for capturing not only moving images, but still photographs as well. His job in the film industry would allow him to travel more, allowing him to add to his portfolio and perfect his craft of viewing the world. The majority of Schaffer’s photographs is taken in black and white and focus on people and landscapes. Showing how people have chosen to interact with the world, whether being intrusive or not, are shown through his photographs.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 4.