One of my favorite things about street photography is the street portrait. This is a man in Chinatown, NY. I approached this man to ask if I could take his picture, only to find out he didn’t speak English. I was attracted to the face that showed so much character. A smile and a non-verbal indication to the camera that I wanted to photograph him was all I needed. He smiled back and let me spend a few minutes photographing him. This is from that brief interaction on the streets of New York.
This is a Sunday morning in the East Village, NYC, on St. Mark’s Place, where sitting out on the front stoop is still a common scene.
I was on a crowded subway in NYC and this couple was right next to me. Sometimes the images just present themselves in street photography, and it’s pure luck!
Young, passionate women at the NYC Woman’s March 2019.
I was in an art gallery in New York and spotted this piece made of wax. I had to touch it to make sure it wasn’t real.
This was taken at a rally the night before the election in 2016 as actor, Mark Ruffalo was speaking. In honor of the upcoming 4th of July, we in the United States hang on to our constitutional rights, like the right to peaceably assemble.
Are cell phones destroying our capacity for intimacy, empathy, killing the art of conversation? Have we lost our ability to have a social interaction without taking out our phones?
This is part of an ongoing series.
Witnessing the birth of my first granddaughter was one of the most amazing events of my life. I had three weeks with them and had fun photographing the birth and then the first ten days of her life. This was a sweet moment between new father and daughter
I love playing around with juxtaposition on the street. This is a construction worker standing in front of a poster down by the World Trade Center. He had just watched a pretty girl go by.