San Diego, California-native Devin Blaskovich calls himself “The Light Thief” and shoots mainly in film.
Currently based in New York City, Devin Blaskovich is a photographer, although he would rather be called “The Light Thief.” This moniker, according to him, “[is] more along the lines of what I do,” that is, “capture light into film.” On Flickr he runs Indiecency, A Tepid Serenity, and An Ambient Intimacy. Blaskovich is also a college student and a dancer who likes “weird music.”
On his Flickr profile, Blaskovich listed the following cameras in his arsenal, namely: the Canon AE-1 Program, Mamiya C33, Yashica Electro 35, Yashica MG-1, and Ricoh Kr 30sp. He also shoots with the Lomography Belair X 6-12 and Holga 135!
Aside from Flickr, Blaskovich also puts up his work on his own website. His portfolio is divided into six categories – Instant, Comfort, Chrome, Color, Composed, and Adventura which is further subdivided into four sections A Summer Wave, Venture, White, and Instant Fingerprint. A large body of his work is dedicated to portraiture.
As a photographer, Blaskovich’s aims to “encapsulate the essence of the environment around me and share its unbridled beauty and simplicity” with his audience.