Forrest Walker is an acclaimed street and documentary photographer from Portland, Oregon, USA. Graduating from the University of Oregon, he later became a self-taught photographer and has focused his life on photographing life, around the world. Awarded and exhibited across multiple continents, Forrest brings a passion for capturing candid interest from everyday life, along with a bold curiosity for exploration. He has been featured across media publications and photography events for his original documentary projects, unique eye and fearless nature.
Followed online as the Major City/100 City Project, Forrest’s largest work had him walking over 20 km/day for over five years, as he explored and photographed all aspects of big city life solo on foot, finding small worlds within each major city, while connecting the whole world through its people and life. Forrest’s other projects cover a range of topics, including fathers, population, and the phenomena of age, all with the same love for getting inside life to bring out the authentic character and unique interest it can contain.