The Accordion Player, Times Square
Bagel Boy, Devito and Alvarado - Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
I’ve begun a new project documenting my hometown of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
Staring at Staten Island
I shot this one late night by the bike path in Bay Ridge by the Belt Parkway near the Verrazano Bridge.
Kids, Washington Square Park Fountain
This is everything that is amazing in youth. Read more about my photos from this weekend here.
I went to the Richard Avedon Exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery in Manhattan today and I was blown away by these giant murals. Simply incredible.
Yes, the obsession with panning shots of people in bikes and cars and all kinds of vehicles continues — this time with a guy shredding through Fifth Avenue on a recumbent bike.
He better be careful though. Being so low to the ground means vehicles with low visibility (SUVs and trucks) might not see him.
And that’s all I have to say about that.
Clocked From a Vintage Merc
These folks were making some kind of video in this vintage Mercedes, and I was apparently a distraction.
Crappy Day, Sunset Park
Usually I don’t have much luck with shooting from the hip, but it finally worked out. I’ll be using this as part of a series I inadvertently stumbled onto while looking back through my photo library.
Anyway, it looks like both Mom and son had a crappy day.
Flying Biker, Soho, NYC
Yes, another panning shot of a guy on a bicycle. Whatever, I like this one a lot, will probably print it on that awesome Kodak Metallic Paper.
This is a grab I took during that show in Washington Square Park where the twins jump over a group of people from the crowd.
You know the guys, they’re the ones that yell “SHOWTIME!”
I couldn’t really see what was going on in my viewfinder when I made this photo because I have super-sensitive eyes, but I like the way it turned out. It says something about being tired at the end of a long day at work or something like that.
Just the Three of Us
I made this photo on my way home. I’ve been getting off the train further and further away from home to put new stuff in front of my face every day, and it’s paying off.