Harry Bosk works in Hampden, so it’s pretty convenient that it’s his favorite place to pursue subjects for street photos. He’s not trying to do ‘Humans of Hampden,’ he’ll tell you, but his work is reminiscent of the popular New York City photo blog. And Bosk frequently will engage with his subjects before taking their photo — a tactic that informs how he will capture that person (or people). Bosk is the latest subject of our series, Baltimore Street Photographer.
Bosk shared a few dozen of his favorite images from his work in Hampden. You can view more of his work at his website and his Facebook page. If you are a Baltimore Street Photographer (or know one) and would like to be featured in this series, contact series producer Jon Sham at email@example.com.