Steven Poster is a cinematographer, best known for his work on Donnie Darko, Someone to Watch Over Me, and over fifty other features and TV shows. Less well known is his devotion to street photography. Poster is a lifelong still photographer with many museum and gallery shows that attest to his love of black and white photography. His stills work, seen here edgeofconsciousness.com is as different as you can imagine from his cinematography and yet both are informed by his vision of the right place and moment. Steven is also a devoted collector of the pictures of others. His home is filled with iconic images he has collected during his long career. They demonstrate his lifelong passion for images, both his and others’. We spoke at his home in the Hollywood Hills.
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