Yes, someone wheeled a baby grand piano out to the middle Washington Square Park in the middle of winter…
From the Hudson, aboard the Clipper City.
Not so creatively titled, but this is (so far) my favorite of the backlit “series“. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Perhaps someone out there is searching for someone special… Hudson River Park, Pier 45. New York.
… is exactly as epic as you imagine. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Studios Florida.
Lake Skannatati, Harriman State Park – New York
Ocean City, Maryland.
“Each year, the Great Pumpkin rises out of the pumpkin patch that he thinks is the most sincere. He’s gotta pick this one. He’s got to. I don’t see how […]
Along the lines of the original back-lit theme from over a year ago… I also happen to really like the lens flare on the iPhone 4s. The High Line, New […]
… comes from those that have reached the stars and those that choose to explore the unknown. Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History.
Yes, I was actually standing in the middle of the George Washington Bridge with no traffic in either direction. I think this was just a few moments before the bridge […]
Empty NJ Transit platform, the night before Hurricane Irene wasÂ scheduled to hit the Tri-State area.
West Street, New York City.
Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Washington Monument– Mount Vernon, Maryland.
Twinkle, twinkle, little bat! How I wonder what you’re at! Up above the world you fly, Like a tea tray in the sky. Twinkle, twinkle, little bat! How I wonder […]
Museum of Modern Art, New York.
The George Peabody Library- Baltimore, Maryland.
Under the right circumstances, even New Jersey can be nice to look at… especially if seen from a distance. -before I’m flooded with hate-mail, I’m kidding! (sort of).
Behind Hoboken Terminal.
Reminds me of Hogwarts… Immaculate Conception Parish, New York
Manhattan Bridge Archway, New York.
Chatham Square, New York.
Jerome Boxing Club, Bronx NY.
Apparently, I’m a sucker for glassware. The Lighthouse, Chelsea Piers New York.
Cafe Orlin, New York
“We never repent of having eaten too little.”– Thomas Jefferson Jefferson Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Seven months later, the bicycle is looking decidedly looking worse for wear… Hudson St., New York. Also, bonus video! Quick time-lapse I shot of the recent snow storm on January […]
As the temperature in New York drops to single digits, I can’t help but reminisce of a warmer time… Ocean City, Maryland.
Or station platform, to be more accurate… Eerie scene while waiting for my train one morning, as this normally packed station was completely empty.
The giant Daikanransha ferris wheel located on Odaiba in Tokyo Bay. The artificial island is also home to Toyota’s Mega Web the largest automotive showroom in the world.
Fifth Avenue & 56th Street, New York.
69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Avenue. New York.
… to get into the Christmas spirit. Charlie Brown: This little green one here seems to need a home. Linus: I don’t know, Charlie Brown. Remember what Lucy said? This […]
Michael Kang of The String Cheese Incident.
American Museum of Natural History, New York. (Yes, I made a Fastball reference…)
Entrance to Crif Dogs & PDT. New York, NY.
Homemade pinhole camera, 2001.
I would also be smiling if I ran an ice cream truck… Wall Street, New York.
Somewhere in New York City…
Pier A Park, Hoboken NJ.
Church of Saint Luke, Hudson Street. …this is what I imagine the entrance to Diagon Alley looks like.
Spring Street station, 2002. Kodak T-Max 400.
Have I mentioned that I’ve updated my bio?
“You’re made of metal, but you have feelings, and you think about things, and that means you have a soul. And souls don’t die.” – The Iron Giant Found on […]
Ground Zero, September 2002.
Is there anything more American than a classic car show on Labor Day weekend?
The High Line, New York City.
Hoboken, NJ. Coincidentally, The Big Picture In silhouette is a great series on the same subject…
Chinese New Year, 2003- New York City. Have I mentioned how much I miss shooting film?
Kirk Douglas of The Roots– iTunes Live from SoHo.
Fishing on the Hudson River- Pier A Park, Hoboken NJ. Great backdrop for fishing, not so great when it comes to eating the fish. Edit: Also seen on Hoboken411.com.
Hudson St., New York. Not to be confused with Abel Cine’s The Bicycle.
Good things come to those who…
… somewhere in Washington, DC. Shoot with a Rollei 35, Kodak Tri-X 400 pushed to 800.
Four days late, but happy Memorial Day.
EZ5 Live House– Taipei, Taiwan
Hoboken Terminal, New Jersey
Jose Tejas, Fairfield, NJ
Greenwich St., New York