“When I moved to New York, I was completely overwhelmed, overstimulated, and anxious. I loved every second of it. I knew I wanted to be here, but I was having a hard time with all of it. I was already into photography and street at that point, and I used the camera to distill the chaos and over- whelming nature of New York into something that I could understand and process—maybe even on an esoteric level that’s hard to articulate. Coincidences was the result. It took almost two years to realize that I had a series, but once I did—and...
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