The New York Times and The Architects Newspaper

On July 31st, 2008, the New York Times featured a profile of my photography titled "Have Camera, Will Trespass, on Brooklyn's Waterfront." The piece was written by Sewell Chan and first published online in the City Room. An accompanying slideshow titled "Brooklyn's Industrial Side" was featured in the N.Y. Region section. A shorter version of the article, along with two of my photographs, was published in print on August 1st, and can be seen above.

Additionally, on July 9th, 2008, The Architects Newspaper featured a review of my photography exhibition Twilight on the Waterfront: Brooklyn's Vanishing Industrial Heritage. The article - titled "Vanishing Acts" - was written by Anne Guiney and can be seen below.

Colonna Marble - Astoria, Queens

July 29th, 2008 -

The Colonna Marble company was one of the last small industrial businesses on the East River in Queens. Its waterfront lot overlooked upper Manhattan and Roosevelt Island from steep 60 foot high cliffs. Though there are many marble companies near the Greek neighborhood of Astoria, these photos show the demise of a rare piece of the East River industrial waterfront, now reduced to empty offices, ruined warehouses and a haven for wild cats.