Photographer Spike Johnson chronicles the lives of Houston’s homeless veterans in his series, “Friends in Low Places.”
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Photographer Julia Robinson documents local people and their lives in “Our Town.”
This project explores the symbiotic relationship between rock-concert fans, bands and photographers at music festivals.
As a child of immigrants, Lizzie Chen wanted to document how Asian families assimilate in the U.S.
Looking for a fresh angle on an old story, I found a bull-riding school for kids that takes place twice a year in New Caney, Texas.
This particular image was taken during the summer of 2013 when I worked with The Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps.
The Austin-Round Rock area has the fastest-growing population of adults age 55 to 64 in the country.
“Grow. Share. Prepare.” documents five Central Texas farming families over the course of 18 months.
Empty Texas schools intrigue me. The quiet spaces, the old water fountains and chalkboards, the big windows casting natural light.
Falconry was practiced 2,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, and it’s still practiced by Texas game hunters today.