From the article by Kate McQuaid for The Boston Globe:

Horenstein’s photographs percolate with detail. That’s partly because he documents subcultures filled with costume and personality, but it also must be because he puts his subjects at ease.

“The great part about documentary photography is you meet people, you have little adventures,” Horenstein said. “It’s like being an uncle or aunt. You have some fun. And then it’s gone, and you don’t have responsibility afterwards.”

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