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.
Yes, of course it’s all different now. It could take some getting used to. This photo was taken in December 2019 during a private street photography workshop. I am looking forward to the day when they can resume. Be safe.
I took this photo on 14 March 2020. It was my last street photography workshop before the isolate in place orders were put into place. I look forward to the day when we can go back and shoot on the streets and I am happy that so many people are purchasing gift certificates for when that day arrives.
While my business has been postponed as a result of the pandemic, I’ve been spending a lot of time on my photo library. With close to 300,000 images, it’s easy for some of them to get lost in the shuffle. This photo was taken in August 2016 during a private workshop in Soho.
The thing is, if I hadn’t told you when it was taken, it would be easy to assume that it was taken recently, as this is what the streets look like these days. Be safe and stay home.