Let's start exploring the streets of New York City for a bunch of months. How are you folks ? I'm great indeed today!26|04|2016
This is the edge of Brooklyn bridge park and it's just one block away from my apartment, that means that this will be my new backyard for a while. Let's write a movie about it.
The Brooklyn heights promenade, a 557 meters long park with lots of benches, has been a focal point for all kind of thinkers, photographers, filmmakers, dreamers and mostly lovers since the 1950's. What's your inspiring bench folks ?
If you need to cross the East River you may have to choose between one of the thirteen underwater tunnels or one of the ten amazing bridges. Oh, there is also an aerial tramway.... Love this city.
Yo folks! I hope you like this view because you will see it very often and in different looks during the next months. Why? That's the view from my new home window! I'm speechless.27|04|2016
Down under the Manhattan bridge overpass, normally known as Dumbo, you will find a mix of amazing views, one of New York City's premier art districts, several culinary hot spots, around 500 tech and creative firms within a ten block radius, sick apartments and a shitload of half-abandoned or terrible managed spaces. This place will change fast.
Last time i was in Brooklyn I used to share my bed with a dog named Bella, every time we went out for a walk we ended up in this park playing with a horde of other dogs, neighborhood friends & hot moms. Looking forward to catch back with that little meatball one of this days!
I was looking for a nice and free place to edit my movies while in New York City, especially somewhere with great wifi, but it seems like I will be able to use one of the best places on the entire world. I will share more as soonest things will actually happen. Stay tuned.
This will be the view outside my bathroom window for a bunch of months. Now I have to set up an alarm every time I pee, otherwise I'll find myself staring outside the window for a ridiculous amount of time, seriously.28|04|2016
Downtown Brooklyn has changed a lot during those years, several tall building have added more magic to the skyline but some of this gentrification was very controversial. Let's dip my cameras into the streets of the third largest business district of New York City and let's go know more.
Exploring the streets of Downtown Brooklyn looking for interesting faces. I love to take pictures of people, especially in their habitat, but in the last years I did not shoot many portraits at all. Thank you for inspiring me again people of New York City.
Rainy Street Photography session in Brooklyn before heading home for some editing. How are you today folks? Get ready for tomorrow, I have the feeling that it will be a very interesting day!