STREET PORTRAITS
VideoWest hits the streets of Utah to ask people about their style choices.
Often the conversation ends up being about much more than fashion.


March 9, 2016 | People get tattoos for lots of different reasons. Some tattoos are just good art presented on the canvas of the body. Other tattoos tell a story. So there were lots of stories and lots of great art walking around the 2016 Salt Lake City International Tattoo Convention at the Salt Palace, and the VideoWest team was there to document both.


January 29, 2016 | Every January, the Sundance Film Festival transforms the streets of Park City into a wintry runway. You see the furry boots, the puffy coats, sleek denim, and of course Sundance Skippy’s latest t-shirt. But basically, everyone’s just trying to stay warm and look good doing it.


October 9, 2015 | Coffee shops are gathering places. It's a place where we can try on new ideas and maybe even experiment with a new look. Here's the latest in our Street Portraits series.


September 1, 2015 | How important is style when making a first impression? Do you judge people by what they wear? VideoWest talked to people around Gallivan Plaza in Downtown Salt Lake City for this installment of our Street Portraits series.


July 21, 2015 | The VideoWest team headed to Library Square in Downtown Salt Lake City for the latest installment in our Street Portraits series. We heard some thoughtful advice from the stylish people there including this: give thought to what you love and invest in it.


June 2, 2015 | As part of our street portraits series, VideoWest’s Josh Weathers took a crew to downtown Salt Lake - Second & Second to be exact. We asked people to describe their style and their philosophy on the way they present themselves to the world.


March 24, 2015 | This week on the radio show we're exploring how fashion works. [Listen here.] This is not about the expensive and outrageous, it's about how clothing reflects our identity and how style is constantly changing and drawing from different influences. So, we're beginning a series of video portraits that feature the style of people who live around here.