This portfolio consists of a selection of highlights of New York street photography, in both color and black and white. The aim here is always to show a brief modern glimpse into the people and places of New York – the good, the bad, the beautiful, and the ugly.
While the photographs are from all over New York, many were taken in SoHo, the East Village, the Lower East Side, 5th Avenue, Chinatown, and the subway system. All images are candid, unstaged, and have not been altered.
Street photography is the art of capturing natural, unplanned moments that show a glimpse behind the curtain, and in this case, the aim is to show what New York is like and what it feels like on and under the surface – the people, the stress, the grind, the longing, the ups, the downs, the loneliness, and the camaraderie, amongst other things. Click here to learn more about street photography.
To view a more focused selection of my work, please view my Luxury for Lease portfolio, which aims to show the disconnection, hyper-gentrification, suburbanization, conformity, and consumerism that currently gripping New York.
Most images are available as fine art prints or for commercial and licensing purposes as high-resolution files. Portfolio boxes of my street photography work are also for sale.