As the decade comes to a close it’s time to take stock of all that happened and everything that changed in the 2010’s when compared to the 2000’s. Think about all those memories, experiences and feelings, the highs and lows, the accomplishments and places explored… then take those thoughts and throw them straight in the… Continue reading On Pointe
Throwing it down in Chinatown and of course I seemed to be the only person without an umbrella. Luckily it wasn’t too far to my destination, taking up an invitation to visit the talented Rafael Esquer and his team at Alfalfa Studio.
Traffic, people, tall buildings, endless noise, there is little escape from The Terrorism of Everyday Life in Manhattan. By my third day I was beginning to adapt and had defaulted to carrying the tiny Sony RX100 instead of a bag of DSLR kit. Technically less flexibility, sure, but in practice far far more.
Times Square NYC, self-styled ‘Crossroads of the World’. It’s quite likely that nothing will ever top the experience of dodging pickpockets and panhandlers amidst a towering neon edifice of capitalism.
Ah, the hustle and bustle amongst the scale and grandeur of Grand Central Terminal. It’s a classic shot for NYC visitors and seen in many a TV series and movie, but in my version the scene is well and truly stolen (if you look carefully) by a random half naked guy. What are the odds?… Continue reading Scene Stealer