Describe your work/process:

Sneaky. Quick. Shameless. I tend to let people know I’m taking a picture of them without asking. I just walk up and take it. I work this way in order to push myself and my own boundaries. It’s not at all a comfortable way to shoot but the excitement and anxiety comes through in the images.


What have you been up to recently? (trips, projects, work?)

The Impossible Project keeps me tremendously busy. When I’m not slinging film or helping run the business, I’m shooting film, making some tunes or watching FC Barcelona dominate Europe.


Favorite Quote:

“The ashtray, the paddle game and this remote control and that’s all I need.” – Navin R. Johnson



Advice to other creative’s/aspiring artists:

Push yourself and keep looking; looking through the lens and at work that inspires you.


What are you currently listening to/reading/ watching?

Tunes: Com Truise

Words: “Behind the Beautiful Forever’s” – Katherine Boo

Tubes: Free Lunch – Ride Channel


Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Who knows what awesome opportunities will arise.


Who is or where does your inspiration come from? Any emerging artists to watch out for?

Direct inspiration comes from my friends who constantly amaze and impress me with both their hard work and mind-blowing abilities.

Recently it’s been this fellow Lukas Kozmus. His travel photography blows my mind and his natural eye make me want to drop everything and hit the street with a camera and at the same time never want to shoot again.


Corbin Sharer is a photographer from Brooklyn, NY





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