He became free when he got rid of his possessions so he could be anywhere, anytime. And that’s what he does: he gets an itch and books a seat on a flight, and the journey begins. Along the way he stumbles upon tons of characters, landscapes and scenes, and only the ones he finds visually stimulating he points and shoots. Analog forces him to be selective and to give priority to quality rather than quantity. From crazy raves in the middle of nowhere to shocking urban scenes mostly set in California, John Kilar’s
photography is everything but vanilla. We talked to him to know more about his work and vision. His answers are as direct and effective as his shots.