Whenever I am asked to put my photography into a certain category, I always respond the same way: “My photos are always exactly how I see the world.” I see New York City mostly in black and white. The monochrome is not meant to portray dreariness or melancholy. It’s a homage to a time past, which was simpler and, in my opinion, more honest.
On occasion, I simply snap photos with my phone as I walk the streets, take the subway, or even drive back to Long Island. It’s my hope to capture and share the glorious city exactly as I see it. There really is no common thread to these photos, unlike my previous columns, except that they are black and white, random, and New York City through my