Patrick Joust, Baltimore Street Photographer

Bravo to my colleague Patrick Joust, a librarian at the Enoch Pratt Central Library whose after-hours “hobby” has garnered him critical acclaim and numerous awards, including City Paper’s 2015 Best of  Baltimore award for “Best Tumblr” site. (Be sure to check out his Flickr photostream, as well!) Patrick’s instinctive “eye” has an uncanny ability to capture the unseen beauty and diversity of his adopted city through his lens of his “old school” camera.  Click on the link below to watch the Baltimore Sun’s video profile of him. – Tom Warner, Baltimore Or Less

Patrick Joust, Baltimore Street Photographer

Patrick Joust, librarian and photographer.

Patrick Joust, librarian and photographer.

 

When Patrick Joust isn’t working as a librarian for the Enoch Pratt Free Library, he can often be found on the streets of Baltimore with his twin lens reflex film camera, photographing subjects in the city. The type of camera, Joust says, intrigues his subjects and allows him to fly a little more under the radar. (Jon Sham/Baltimore Sun video)

 Related Links:
“Baltimore at Night” – Baltimore Magazine profile (July 2014)
patrickjoust.com
Patrickjoust.tumblr.com (Tumblr)
Patrick Joust Photography (Facebook)
Patrick Joust (Flickr)
Patrick Joust books

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