The afternoon was freezing, but I really wanted to test out my new ND filter. The seagulls kept me company.
A cloudy day in Hell’s Kitchen. There were about 40 or so pigeons hanging out on a telephone wire just a few blocks from my apartment. Quite intimidating, but unexpectedly beautiful, too. They’d sit motionless and coo to each other … Continue reading
This is a photo I took a few years years ago of Hellsgate Bridge in Astoria, Queens. Not so happy with the distortion in the horizon line, but I like it anyway. There are some beautiful views in the city from … Continue reading
Hot date. Must look fly.
An historic chapel in Staten Island.
A Staten Island bride off to get hitched, with an entourage of bridesmaids in attendance.
In February a couple of years ago, I saw this street musician busking near Bethesda Fountain. It was cold, and he was very good.
This is one of two photos that was chosen to be shown in the NY Photo Club Show at the Leslie-Lohman Prince Street Project Space last weekend. It was my first photo show. Very exciting!
My latest project — a collaboration with my good friend Dzu Vien Bui. It’s a story of the discovery and capture of a faun in the bamboo forest. Dzu is daring and imaginative, so always a perfect subject in front … Continue reading
On a recent vacation to Palm Springs, I fell in love with the wind turbines that live on and around the mountains. I don’t understand those people who complain about them being an eyesore. I think they’re beautiful. Though I … Continue reading
It’s been a tough summer. Looking forward to fall.
I’m really impressed at how beautiful and well-planned the Highline is. One of my newest favorite places to spend time in the city.
Some vacation photos. Hope you enjoy!
Another Ptown image. These two were in the perfect spot.
On a recent trip to Provincetown, MA, I took a sightseeing tour of the seaside at sunset. I loved watching these children play in the dunes.
Sunset from the southern tip of Manhattan.