There are so many things that are synonymous with New York City culture, some well known- others only a bred New Yorker would be privy to. The Blue Man Group is a staple NY 90’s grunge culture icon and guess what, they’re getting a makeover! [Read more…] about ‘Project Runway All Star’ Revamps Iconic Blue Man Group Costume
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New York City in February can be as beautiful as it is seemingly dismal. A quick walk around Midtown can show you the whole spectrum in one eye sweep of the landscape. [Read more…] about New York City Photography: A Cold Winter’s Night
They say that the environment affects the artist. Such as how WWI affected Hemingway and the South affected Faulkner. But I believe that the opposite is true. I think the environment as viewed through the artist’s eyes, or words, or lens, in this case, can be affected by the artist. [Read more…] about A Black and White Summer in the City: A Photo Blog
Fellow New Yorkers- we can breath now, cause rooftop season is finally in full affect! It may be hard for people who are not from here to understand how crucial this time of year is for us. Being cemented to the office for lunch hour or entertaining in your apartment during the colder months can take a toll on you (mentally). This time of year we can take those woes outside and have a cocktail outdoors with no jacket required! [Read more…] about Outdoor Season is in Full Affect! Come Celebrate with Haven Rooftop
FlyNYON is truly the only way to really get a glimpse of all of New York from an angle that you have to see yourself. An above water, higher than the skyscrapers bird eye view is the ONLY way New York City should be seen. Walking through the concrete jungle, we get lost in the hustle and neglect to think about the massive views this city is known for. [Read more…] about FlyNYON is the Only Way to Really See New York from All Angles!
Manhattan has been experiencing a lot of cold nights lately, especially with the recent snowstorm we experienced this week. As nasty as this weather can be, it still can lead to having the city look incredibly beautiful if you can see it in a different light. Especially on 5th Avenue, where I drew inspiration for my latest photo blog on Manhattan Digest. [Read more…] about A Cold Night on 5th Avenue: An NYC Photoblog
New York City at Christmas is a magical time. The lights, the crowds, the noise. This post is the opposite. Black and white, quiet, pensive. Moments of quiet reflection I managed to catch even in the chaos of Rockefeller Center. [Read more…] about A New York Noir Christmas: A Midtown Photo Journal
Continuing on my last retrospective, I have chosen 5 photos that I believe most represent New York City. My photography IS New York City. I have taken hundreds of photos outside of the city but just like I am from New York, my art is also representative of who I am: a New Yorker. [Read more…] about A Photographer’s Retrospective: Part 2
Being asked to choose your favorite photos is not hard, it’s impossible. I have never published a photo either in this space or on my Instagram account that I don’t love. If I didn’t love it, I wouldn’t post it. Simple. However, I can choose pieces that effect me for one reason or the other and while I very rarely have spoken publicly on what those emotions are, it might be worth examining some of these pieces now. [Read more…] about My Favorite New York City Photos: A Retrospective Part 1
It’s Fashion Week and as New Yorkers we know what that entails. Running around the city from venue to venue previewing our favorite designers latest creations and lets not forget about all of the posh parties as well. [Read more…] about Curing Your Fashion Week Woes at Exhale Spa!