I am currently scheduling 2 street photography workshops each week. One on a weekday and one on the weekend. I am also providing private workshops on days that I am available. We always have a good time. Masks required and a maximum of 3 people per workshop. Register online.
Slowly the city is reopening and my Street Photography Workshops and tours are starting up again.
At the moment, personal and private street photography workshops and tours will take place in Midtown Manhattan and Hell’s Kitchen on September 12, 16 & 20. Other neighborhoods will gradually be added as availability of seating areas and restrooms can be found.
Face masks that cover the mouth & nose and social distancing are required at all times.
As well, workshops and tours will be limited to 3 people. Thank you for your patience and understanding while I am able to gradually return to full business operations.
Rain is a great time to shoot street photography. I am hoping to start up providing group and private street photography workshops some time soon.
This photo was taken during a workshop in Hell’s Kitchen before the Coronavirus pandemic. I’m looking forward to starting up workshops and tours soon.
I miss Coney Island and I am looking forward to the day when I can go back there. This photo was taken during a private street photography workshop there in February 2020.
Leopard skin and umbrellas are both visually attractive in a photo.
The leaning wall shown in this photography surrounds the original St Patrick’s Cathedral in the Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan. I took this photo during a private street photography workshop in February 2020, before the pandemic lockdown.
This photo is from the archives. Taken during a private street photography workshop.
Top Man was taken in November 2017 during a private street photography workshop in Soho.
Street art can be found everywhere in New York City. This silhouette of Basquiat is on the building where he once lived.