My photographs are urban juxtapositions that meld the personal and political. When I am taking pictures, I am in a state of high alert, practicing a readiness for images that come at me unexpectedly — scenes that are choreographed by happenstance. Within the frame, the iconography of popular culture sets the stage for fleeting connections that tell little stories of how people navigate gender and racial issues, economic inequality, growing population density, and other social issues with grace.
"Dancer, TImes Square"
"American Girl" New York City
"Improv Theater" New York City
"Costumed Subway Rider" Grand Central
"Hello Kitty", Bowery, New York City"
"Sleepers" Times Square
"L-train" New York City
"Firefighters' Memorial" Midtown, New York City
"Unsung Heroes", New York City
"Reader, Union Square"
"Headband Adjustment" Coney Island
"Diversity Wall" New York City
"Child in Tow" New York City