An image from the Greenmarket Produce Scans series, in Utne Reader Jul/Aug 2011.
My photo “ong island ail road” accompanied a story in The Morning News today.
The Long Island Railroad is New York’s lifeline in the summer—a fleet of rescue vehicles destined for the beach. For some, though, it’s also a means to find freedom. EMILY MEG WEINSTEIN reports from every station down the line.
A playful approach to Tatlin’s Monument
When I heard the title of Flux Factory’s latest show, Response to Tatlin’s Monument to the Third International Conceived in the Mood of Ambivalence, or R.T.T.M.T.T.T.I.C.I.T.M.O.A. for short, I thought I was going off to see a ridiculous, pretentious show full of highfalutin communist propaganda.
I’m happy to report that I was completely wrong. [...]
— Aileen Torres, New York Press
My photo (above) from opening night was used to illustrate the article.
illustrating the article Call to De-Booze LIRR and Metro-North Rides
Some of my photographs will appear in the Winter 2007 issue of Yes Magazine, illustrating an article about the New York City greenmarkets and locally-produced food.
Photograph of the Day: Gehry’s ‘Sails’ on the Hudson
…featured again on Gothamist, March 22 2007.