VNDL:  Describe your work/process:


KD:  My heart is and will always be in instant photography. There is something to be said for a tangible one-off created instantaneously.


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

I just made a book, Dead Horse Desert, that is comprised of images taken all over the american southwest.  Using a very large Polaroid 600se, I was forced to slow down and work out every detail before firing. It was very meditative.  I’ve also been making polaroid diptychs of things I see while traveling. Choosing to make diptychs creates a narrative and story that would otherwise not be present.


Favorite Quote

“The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don’t have to explain things with words” – Elliott Erwitt



Advice to other creative’s/aspiring artists:

Surround yourself with talented people who will push you as you push them.



What are you currently listening to/reading/ watching?

At the absolute moment I am listening to Cat Stevens, Tea for the Tillerman. A favorite that my dad played when I was young.



Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

More or less the same thing i’m doing right now, just getting paid for it. Its not all about the money, but boy does it help.



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

Inspiration, for me, comes from everyday life. Constantly looking for images to be made from my surroundings. Its a never ending process.  I also frequent bookstores and museums to fill my mind with ideas.

I just purchased Jimmy Nelson’s book “Before They Pass Away”. Its one of the most moving and inspiring things i’ve seen in a long time.



Name: Kyle Dorosz

Location: Brooklyn, Ny



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