Reportage photography has been around ever since the birth of the medium itself. Inherently unstaged it captures a moment in time as the photographer observes it without any intervention. There's something about a still of a busy street with people getting on with their day or the crumbling facade of a neglected structure that captivates us. A graduate of Marlboro College, Vermont, photographer Jonathan Notwick gives us a glimpse into the world around him through his work. Gritty yet focussed, his images. His subject matter varies from his travels to the West Coast of the United States to the abandonment and decay of the American dream in towns that have struggled to keep up with change. Jonathan has also exhibited his work extensively across the United States.