Barrett Moore is a social documentary photographer, curator, and world traveler based out of San Francisco, CA currently living in New York City. He has curated over forty-two art exhibitions, at venues such as Culture Skate Old Crow Tattoo Gallery.
Barrett picked up his first point and shoot camera at the age of thirteen and ever since has grown in both love and passion for the art of photography as well as harnessed a deep appreciation for the beauty of everyday life.
Barrett works with analog film photography, however, his true artistry is defined by his eclectic, yet synthesized portfolio primarily showcasing city street life. Whether it be capturing the glitter or the grime, Barrett has a remarkable ability to form a coherent whole with all of his photographs.
GoodMother Gallery, "Tired Hands" Oakland ca, january, 2015
- Diego Riveria Gallery, sfai, 2014
Empire 7 studios, 6 Years anniversary exhibition" April 11th 2014
Lomography Store SF 2013
Book And Job Gallery, Drama in a Common Place march, 2013
Cellspace - 2014
Old Crow Tattoo And Gallery '2 year anniversary" january, 2012
- Cultureskate Drama in a common Place - march 2009
- Root Division gallery, 100 and Under january - 2008