Canal Street Station in Chinatown is a kind of found art everywhere you look, an eclectic composition that always catches my eye. I like how it includes so many elements that congest in New York at different speeds and with many different energies. Women descend into the dark, grimy recesses
In Venice, street photography means shots of the canals. The Grand Canal is just that, Main Street in this ancient city that still reaches back to Marco Polo and Antonio Vivaldi. You see the gentle colors and gorgeous architecture where the canal makes its sweeping turn toward the Rialto Bridge.
Walking through a park in San Francisco, I found an abandoned hopscotch court just as the sun set. It had a kind of lost childhood, haunting feel that I couldn’t resist. The image is atmospheric, a little wistful with the suggestion of fleeting childhood, with a sneaky surreal flavor. Evocative
“From the Brighton Beach El is a shot I took from from the overhead tracks above Brighton Beach Boulevard, near Brooklyn’s south shore on the Atlantic. Elevated trains helped create New York and still dominate spaces in the sprawling urban landscape. “Looking at the street from a century old elevated
Manhattan’s residential towers along the East River wake up to a swash of gold at sunrise. Soft clouds, shimmering water and highlighted buildings create a unique, insiders vision of an insiders Manhattan. Seen from across the river on Roosevelt island, the New York neighborhoods of Yorkville and the Upper East