Kevin Lindridge‘s photography captures the kind of moments that always seem to happen when you spend way too much time with friends. Like the discovery of a haunted flea market, or getting splashed with soda while you’re in the shower. It’s a kind of pure, unadulterated photography that is rich in context and setting, where people are being themselves and the scene unfolds perfectly. There’s also an interesting modern sense of ‘meta’ in some of his work; capturing images of others who are photographing miniature scenes, pictures of people looking at pictures in the page of a book. Pretty cool. Overall, you can count on Kevin’s work to give you that ‘I just got back from a road trip with my besties’ feeling.
By Martha Raymond