Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Hurricane Sandy - The day after

    Hurricane Sandy, the day after.

    Main Street, near Brooklyn Bridge Park.  

    Worms covered the sidewalks around Brooklyn Bridge Park.  

    With all subway and bus service suspended, pedestrians and cyclists crossed the Brooklyn Bridge Tuesday afternoon.  

    Parks throughout Manhattan are closed to the public.

    Tourists look out to the Statue of Liberty near South Ferry Seaport.

    Thousands of gallons of water are pumped out of flooded areas in the Financial District.

    A revolving door in the Financial District is shattered from Hurricane Sandy.

    The South Ferry station was lined with sandbags and plywood, yet still had significant flooding.

    Sandbags lined buildings along downtown Manhattan.

    MTA workers look out the doors of the Bowling Green station.  According to AP, Bowling Green "had water up to its ceiling."

    A parking garage in the Financial District.

    A car submerged in front of the FDR underpass.

    The FDR underpass is completely flooded - the entrance has a clearance of 12 feet.  The water smells of gasoline.

    Workers and onlookers at the entrance of the FDR underpass.

    Garbage and debris stuck to the fence near the FDR underpass.

   Cyclists stop and hang their bikes from a fallen tree for a photo in Battery Park.

    Low tide after Hurricane Sandy.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Tremonti at Highline Ballroom

Friday, February 10, 2012

High Five!

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Like father..

On the left, you have my father. On the right, my grandfather.

These photos were taken in two different dark living rooms at dusk, under two different tungsten lamps, in front of two different televisions.

At what point do you become your parents?

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Stamford Wedding

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


A shot from my first solo shoot at my new job - Seminar for the Harvard Business School.

Oh, and I moved to New York.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

10th anniversary of 9/11