Visual Dispatches, Vol. 1: Andrew Boyle on the Post-Election Party

What inspires photography? Visual Dispatches is a look behind the lens; an exploration of what a photographer might be thinking about as they take their shots. In Vol.1, we feature our friend and photographer, Andrew Boyle, his post-election photography, and his thoughts behind it all:

Late Saturday morning, the sound of pots started banging out of open apartment windows. At first, I didn’t give it much thought. Then the honking started. And the cheers. And by then, you knew exactly what was happening. The Trump era was coming to an end. And all at once, for the first time in 2020, the city let out a collective sigh of relief. Strangers danced together in the street, outdoor parties kicked off, and there was an all-around general elation after a tumultuous four years.

Biden and Harris will not be a one size fits all solution to the last four years; as Kamala Harris said on Saturday night, it’s time for ‘the necessary work, the good work’. But on Nov 7th, with an unseasonably warm fall day, at least we all got a chance to stop, breathe, and take in the possibility of a better path forward.


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