“The Dancers” is a collection that exposes a warm, personal, and intimate side of nightlife in New York City. Taken in low light with no flash and with long exposures, several of the images resemble paintings as much as they do photographs.
|For many of us in New York City, the Subway is like a second home. For others, it is home. This gallery is a collection of images taken while in transit which exposes a cast of characters as they go about their day to day travels throughout this massive web of trains and stations. Joy, sorrow, humor, and melancholy are all present emotions here.|
As Brooklyn prepares for the massive makeover that is the construction of the Barclays Center for the Brooklyn Nets as well as a skyline of new residential and commercial towers, the status-quo of the stretch along Atlantic Avenue between Flatbush and Vanderbilt Avenues and the surrounding neighborhoods is somber. The last remaining businesses and residents have been bought out and have left. These photos reflect both the dying and the newly born. Things will never be quite the same here, as progress simply has no patience….
“After and In Between” is a collection of images from the 2009 U.S. Open Tennis Championships. The event was photographed over several days and hundreds of shots, almost entirely fast action, were taken. This small gallery offers an intimate look at moments when the ball isn’t in play.
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