Curiosity and understanding drive my photographic pursuit; photography is simultaneously my subjective reaction and impression on the world around me. Although my work is often placed in the documentary or photojournalism fields, I do not label myself as either. Photography is a pursuit, a way of life, and I am constantly wandering and watching while hoping to capture a part of life that I think helps to better understand humanity. Appearing in all of my photographs, people are the key essential ingredient and attraction. I am interested in people and understanding how our ordinary lives connect with others. Political in nature, carefully considered in content, I seek to engage and force participation in understanding the fragile and changing world around us. Filled with difference, the world is a constant source of wonder and allows my own curiosity to lead me through life engaged and concerned.
Caleb Ferguson is a freelance photographer based in New York City. He graduated from Eugene Lang College at The New School for Liberal Arts in 2010 with a BA in Urban Studies. He has worked on assignment for publications including The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. In addition, Caleb has produced multiple photo essays for the Global Oneness Project and his work on the Occupy Movement has been exhibited by the International Center of Photography (NYC) as well as the Greene County Council on the Arts (Catskill, NY). His photographs have been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Village Voice, and Newsday.