A native East Angeleno, Zack Herrera is a recent graduate of the Pasadena Arts Center and a burgeoning photographer. His work has explored an unusual side of our fine metropolis—the eerie stillness of night. His recent bodies of work, “Stripland Nights” and “Downtown Oz,” are bright, textured, and, surprisingly to some, empty collections of intimate portraits of Los Angeles after sunset.
We recently chatted with Herrera about his work, and he touched upon what it was like growing up in L.A., how he became an artist, and how for him, it all begins and ends with the great City of Angels.
Read the rest of my interview with Zack Herrera, here, on LAist.com.