Harry Kalvin is an artist from the Bay Area who now resides in Long Beach. His main focus is to document the human condition as is. He likes to create images of people, places, spaces and things he finds intriguing. Harry believes in tapping into the underlying and unifying feelings that ultimately bring people together. Harry Kalvin has had photography published in CSULB’s RipRip , short fiction published in NYU’s Caustic Frolic and LBCC’s SAGA. He’s had films shown in the Big Sky Documentary Festival, LA Coffee Film Festival, Chop Cheese Film Festival, and others. He continues to take street photography and create music videos for rappers and beat makers.