Stacey Wulf is a talented artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended Camp Flog Gnaw, Tyler, the Creator’s music festival, last weekend. The show housed artists like SZA, Kehlani, Schoolboy Q and DJ Mustard in L.A. In Wulf’s words, “It was a bunch of artists and beautiful people in one place…I enjoyed everyone’s energy more than the music.”
While Wulf tried to focus on enjoying that energy, he managed to pull out some great shots of youth at the festival. It’s obvious that he has a knack for finding and catching individuals in various moments – of euphoria and joy, of mesmerization and of community. Stacey tries to present an honest representation of emerging millennial culture, and what’s important to POC young people, especially those who are fresh artists. For that reason, Wulf covers lots of art shows, underground parties, and festivals, making sure to document the characters he meets in these environments.
His candid take on the world comes out in many ways, as a bio on one of his profiles is simply, “I don’t even drink. Just a artist.”
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