Andrew Ward

Photographer and photojournalist

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Photographer and photojournalist

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Los Angeles has 1000 trashcans to cover 502 square miles. San Francisco has three times as many receptacles for one-tenth the space.

It's Time for Los Angeles to Clean Up Its Act

Los Angeles has 1000 trashcans to cover 502 square miles. San Francisco has three times as many receptacles for one-tenth the space.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Andrew Ward  is an assistant director and photographer whose recent project, Sofas of LA, consists of photographing abandoned sofas spotted on L.A.’s streets and reporting them to the…

Sofas of LA

Andrew Ward is an assistant director and photographer whose recent project, Sofas of LA, consists of photographing abandoned sofas spotted on L.A.’s streets and reporting them to the…

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