Monthly Archives: October 2013

Public Views: 230 Fifth Avenue

So, New York City has a ton of amazing views. I have been capturing the views from various rooftops since 2010 and I usually get access to private rooftops. However, there are an equal amount of brilliant public rooftops that are available to a cityscape photographer. Many of these views are accessible through rooftop bars. […]

I go out every day…

I go out every day. When I get depressed at the office, I go out, and as soon as I’m on the street and see people, I feel better. But I never go out with a preconceived idea. I let the street speak to me. Bill Cunningham Like Mr. Cunningham, the street and skyscraper are […]

7 Train Series: 33rd Street – Rawson Street

Since moving back to Queens, I’ve been drawn towards photographing the 7 Train.  As a result, I will be doing an ongoing series on the 7 Train (and possibly other Subway lines).  This series will not be a Walker Evans type glimpse into the people who ride the line but rather a modified take at […]

Queens Shadow: Sunrise in Long Island City

I love the shadows from Queens projected unto the skyscrapers in Manhattan and the soft golden light in this shot. This was taken at sunrise in Long Island City facing West. The angle of the sun creates a great spotlight for the City and the golden tones of the sunrise perfectly complement the blue tones […]

A New Beginning: Long Island City in the Fog

My 2013 New Year’s Resolution was to start blogging. It is now October 2013. I guess, better late than never. The main purpose of this blog is pretty similar to my main reason for pursuing photography as a hobby: to capture what I experience on a day to day basis. As a result, I hope […]