My name is David Tesinsky. When I was visiting Japan I made series of images inspired by Japanese businessmen. I named it after my favorite band’s song: Kraftwerk: “The Man-Machine”. I found it fitting because the Japanese businessmen are a lot like the robots.
For years they would go out drinking with colleagues and clients, returning home drunk at 2 am before rising at dawn to head back to the office. Sometimes they just sleep in the streets because they cannot afford a taxi as they are only the sheep of the huge corporates. They work daily 14 hours or even more.
They are walking in the streets like ghosts self centered deeply focused at their own career that isn’t very bright but their visions are different. “Only 5 more years and I will get to the higher position in this neverending py
My name is David Tesinsky, I’m an independent photographer of the subcultures, urban cultures, street stories and people’s stories in general AKA reportage/social documentary photography. I was born on April 1990 in Prague.
I’m always in search for somehow controversial, unique, special lifestyles and I’m capturing bright moments and also problematics of nowadays. To me, photography can be the cure for the people which can heal people through seeing other people’s stories captured in a specific way. It’s a great motivation for me to capture such moments which makes people realize things or just be simply enriched by knowing and seeing that.
I’m photographing subcultures and different people’s stories worldwide. For example activists and new generation of freedom in Iran, exorcism rituals i