New York

DUMBO, Brooklyn.

Recently my dad gave me an incredible Kershaw 450 Velio, which is in superb condition. It has a Otar Anastigmat 80mm f/4.5 lens and 5 speed shutter, pretty impressive spec. However, being a camera from the 50’s I was dubious about it functioning properly. This being said, on a recent visit to NYC I decided to take some pics with it around the DUMBO area. I just got the negatives back, and am pleasantly surprised. I think this camera may become my day-to-day film camera. They sure don’t make ’em like this anymore. I’ll post a pic of the camera as soon as I can.








24 Hours in NYC.

24 hours in NYC, 4 Polaroids. Shot with Impossible Project PX70 Color Protection Film.

Manhattan & Brooklyn Barfly

A recent weekend in NYC which as usual involved a lot of bars. Here are some snaps from Saturday & Sunday night’s adventures.

Never forget.

In March 2001 I first visited NYC and took this photograph from the top of the World Trade Center. I think I used an old Fuji Finepix, which was one of my first digital cameras. I was overwhelmed by the vibrant, energetic atmosphere of one of the greatest cities in the world. A few months later the place where I took that picture was one of heartbreak and terror. I’ve since worked there, and visited countless times. New York I shall always love you.

From the top of the WTC NYC March 2011

An afternoon at MoMA, NYC.