Michael Ernest Sweet

Photographer and Writer in New York City

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Michael Ernest Sweet is an award-winning Canadian photographer and writer. Michael is the author of two books of street photography, The Human Fragment and Michael Sweet's Coney Island, both from Brooklyn Arts Press.

Michael's writing and photography have appeared in such publications as The Evergreen Review, Popular Photography Magazine, Digital Camera Magazine, The Village Voice, Black and White Magazine, Carte Blanche, The Adirondack Review, and Leica Magazine, among others.

A former long-time contributor to the photography section at The Huffington Post and a staff writer for Canada's Photo Life Magazine, Michael now writes regularly for both F-Stop Magazine and StreetPhotography.com.

Michael has appeared such feature-length films as Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable and Fill The Frame.

Michael Sweet is a recipient of both a Queen Elizabeth II Medal and a Prime Minister's Award for significant contributions to the fields of education and the arts in Canada. He lives and teaches in New York City.

Read Michael's latest articles on StreetPhotography.com.

Michael's headshot by Brian Gutiérrez.