Edward Boches is a Boston based photographer with an interest in documenting how people live, work and play. Recently, inspired by an economic and political climate that exaggerates our differences and emphasizes divisiveness, he finds himself drawn more and more to the places and activities that bring people together, whether that be urban skate parks, the front porches that line city side streets, or the communities that develop around urban boxing gyms.
Boches has exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography and at the Providence Center for Photographic Arts. His work has appeared in The Boston Globe, The Lowell Sun, online at WBUR.org and on other sites in support of the arts. Future exhibits include Griffin@SoWa Gallery in spring 2018 and the Brewster Ladies Library in the summer of 2018.