I’m most comfortable taking pictures on the streets of New York City.
In my work there are three sides to the story I’m trying to tell, mine, the people I photograph and what I hope to convey to the viewer, which is the expressive nature of the city. I try to curate the streets for my own personal orchestra of color, glances, gestures, and the unique solitude that hangs in the air – and try to make the viewer feel what I did when the picture was seen for the first time, before it was captured.
Weaving together passing reflections, coincidences, body language, which is unique to the people on the street because they tell me as much as I show the viewer. Manhattan is endlessly horizontal, vertically sprawling, concrete – its beauty is often found somewhere between the searing loneliness of the day-to-day goings on and the urgency of what’s next.
size 8″ x 10″
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