Kramer O'Neill
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Kramer was the photography fellow for Photo Urbanism 5: Same Time Every Day.

Other Photo Urbanism Fellows
Diane Cook & Len Jenshel (2002)
Jonathan Smith (2004)
Travis Roozee (2006)
Gail Albert Halaban (2007)
Rob Stephenson (2011)

Kramer O'Neill is a fine art photographer based in New York City. He holds a BFA from Hampshire College.

Mr. O'Neill had his first solo show - "Till Human Voices Wake Us" - in 2009 at Lunasa in the East Village. His photography has been published in Last Exit magazine and featured on a number of photography websites, including La Pura Vida, Urbansand, F-Stop Magazine and Strangers. In 2012, he published his first book, Till Human Voices Wake Us, in a limited edition of 500 copies.

Kramer O'Neill on what he enjoyed the most about his Design Trust fellowship:

"I really enjoyed how it made me think of photography as a project, not just a set of disparate images. Shooting on the street creates such isolated images, and until that point I hadn't done much to try and see them as having larger significance...The fellowship also made me better at taking pictures and gave me a larger body of work than I would have had otherwise."

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