Harlan Levey, the founder of the No New Enemies network and Harlan Levey Projects, and creative director of Modart, has been asked to curate a selection of photographers for Bite! Magazine. The fifth photographer on Bite! is Lyle Owerko and his Boombox Project.
Lyle Owerko is a photographer and filmmaker with a diverse roster of clients that include major brands, corporations and human rights groups. Known for his perception and knowledge of urban movements, his instinctually crafted visual images have found an incredible place in the lexicon of popular culture and journalism. In the morning that will stay with him forever, Lyle photographed the image that appeared on the cover of Time Magazine September 11, 2001 issue. His current projects seek to bridge ethnic borders in a manner that documents cultural groups for the betterment of the human condition.
Lyle was raised in Calgary, Canada, studied at The Pratt Institute in New York and currently resides in Tribeca with his girlfriend Shaundra and their dog Luna. For more information on Lyle and his work please visit his website.