Location: United States
Jeff Kauffman is a photographer currently working in Austin, Texas. He has immersed himself in photography at the Santa Fe Workshops and Brooks Institute of Photography, shooting with internationally recognized names: Greg Gorman, Andrew Eccles, Platon, Michael Grecco, Douglas Kirkland. His website is https://www.jeffkauffmanphotography.com and he is the founder of ShowableArt Magazine https://www.showableart.com
Jeff's work has been shown with
2019 The Affordable Art Fair, See.Me, New York City, NY
2018 Print Swap Holiday Exhibition, Feature Shoot, Root Studios, Brooklyn, NY
2018 Art Takes Miami at SCOPE, See.Me, Miami, FL
2018 Art Takes Soho, See.Me, New York City, NY
2018 LOUPE, art streaming, curated by Bela Morris
2014 Takeover in Times Square, See.Me, New York City, NY
2014 Art of Seeing, curated by Glenn Steiner, published by Alcove Books
2013 Art Takes Paris, See.Me, Paris
2013 Exposure, See.Me, New York City, NY
2012 Art of Seeing, curated by Glenn Steiner, published by Alcove Books
A collection of photographic art by Jeff Kauffman.
Pleasure Pier is a seaside amusement park in Galveston, Texas. This image was shot in color in the early afternoon of a winter's day. The conversion to black and white produced a pen-and-ink look to the image.
Photo © Jeff Kauffman.
Pleasure Pier is a seaside amusement park in Galveston, Texas. At night the brilliant lights of the carnival reflect onto the water of the Gulf of Mexico. Photo © Jeff Kauffman.
While on a fishing excursion in Long Island Sound, I noticed the play of colors and corrosion on this well-used reel. The fish weren't biting.
The Central Library on the campus of USCD has interesting lines and textures of raw concrete. This is a portion of the roof.
The Central Library on the campus of UCSD has interesting lines and textures of raw concrete. This shot is a portion of the roof against the brilliant blue sky.
On the main concourse of the Getty Center in Los Angeles you will find this steel and wire sculpture. I crawled inside and shot toward the sun.
Century City near Los Angles, CA contains a group of tall glass office towers. The reflections in the glass is particularly interesting to watch as the sun moves across the sky.
The outside of BC Place Arena in Vancouver reflects the surrounding buildings.
The support structure for Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver towers over the hiking trail.