For the last few years I have been photographing the New York City nightlife in its different incarnations-‐ clubs, lounges and bars, as well as parties-‐ both public and private. During this time I observed the focus of the events shift from partying to photographing the partying and became fascinated by the often exhibitionist behavior of women in this changing social context. This project is my exploration of how public behavior and personal representation have been influenced by the accessibility and availability of electronic media, specifically digital cameras, iphones and networking sites.
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