Street photography is a documentary genre of a special kind. When I’m between assignments in cities across the U.S., I take to the street and look for stories that are waiting to be found, lives that need to be documented, and pictures that need to be made. Henri Cartier-Bresson, the well-known French photographer is considered the father of street photography, but there have been photographers documenting street life since the first days of photography. There’s something satisfying about going out with no photograph in mind, and just seeking the stories of the street, to make these images. As long as there are photographers, there will be street photographs documenting daily life.