Endangered Species: Documenting Cultural Disappearances in America

All images by Josh Ethan Johnson. Used with permission.

“I’ve always been a people voyeur but I think films maybe planted the seed.” says Josh Ethan Johnson about his project Endangered Species. The name comes from the fact that the project itself explores cultures and impermanence in our fast paced daily lives. The images, which have been taken over 16 years were mostly taken in America and explores human behavior.

Josh lives in NYC and has learned a whole lot as a street photographer. His work strives to combine the raw life that many other photographers portray though shows a sign of connection with the subject through most of it.


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