By Tom Seymour
Travis Jensen answers the phone with a bleary voice. It’s the crack of dawn in San Francisco, but it doesn’t bother him too much. The street photographer with a cool 50,000 followers on Instagram has a seven-and-a-half mile walk into work every morning, and he uses it to take photographs.
In black and white, Jensen shows a different side to a gleaming city, the urban icon of California living, the most socially liberal city in America, and now the headquarters of the world’s technology titans.
“We’re the victims of the tech boom,” Jensen says. “I work full-time and I can barely afford …read more