I'm interested in people and their stories; from the bizarre to the mundane I love it all. I instantly fell in love with the Mission neighborhood when I moved to San Francisco about three years ago. Last year when I moved to the Mission I started documenting people on the street. See the results in the Mission Faces gallery below.
The Mission Faces project was featured in an SF Weekly article: http://blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2009/07/mission_photographer_wants_you.php
I'm trying to get the Mission Faces project into a gallery so please spread the word.
I grew up in rural Wisconsin. After high school I moved to St. Paul, MN for College where I studied Political Science at Macalester College. My interest in people and their stories makes me a natural fit for my work as a social worker in Oakland. I work as a counselor with homeless and mentally ill young adults.
I'm also working as a freelance photographer on evenings and weekends. Please contact me to discuss your photography needs.
-Jeremiah Maller RJMALLER [AT] G M A I L [DOT] COM