— Travis Jensen

Travis Jensen Photography, One Night Opening


Travis Jensen @ Apple Store and Hipstamatic

My good friend, Travis Jensen helped me get on Instagram the other day... thanks, Trav!  He's not only versed in photography, but versed with using his iPhone camera and thus, the Apple store on Stockton Street in San Francisco has booked a speaking engagement with him and Brad Evans on February 19th at 3PM. They will be discussing their street photography, street portraiture, editing, and their print-journal projects, whose net proceeds help a local non-profit organization assisting at-risk youth living on the streets of SF.  

In addition to two previous books that were released, Travis and Brad released their third print-journal, entitled, "#iSnapSF." 

The official launch party is being held at the Haus of Hipstamatic on Thursday, February 23, 7:00-9:00PM at 74 Langton Street in San Francisco. 

The book is already up for sale so you can grab one now, bring it with you to either or both events to have them signed and know that once again, proceeds from the sale of these journals will go towards Larkin Street Youth Services.  

Travis Jensen at the Solitary Arts office, holding-up a sample copy of #iSnapSF

Get Nevada Bound and Tenderloin USA too. All 3 book titles are awesome, reasonably priced and benefit those in need. 

Travis Jensen's, "Nevada Bound"

My friend, Travis Jensen, along with Brad Evans is having a photo show from their desert trip through Nevada at Schroeder's in San Francisco on Thursday, October 27, 2011 from 6-10PM.  The 62 page booklet is available HERE for $11.65. 

Travis Jensen's Journal Launch August 10, 2011

My good friend, Travis Jensen has been steadily shooting photographs in San Francisco's Tenderloin district besides being a writer with a few books published under his belt. This Wednesday, August 10th from 6-10PM at the Ever Gold Gallery, will be the destination to view works by Travis and Brad Evans, along with your opportunity to purchase their 50 page, "Tenderloin USA" journal. You can get a glimpse into this journal as well as purchase copies online, HERE. Proceeds to benefit Larkin Street Youth Services, helping at-risk youth in San Francisco.