My favorite form of street photography in New York has always been from the subway system. My goal here is to use black and white photography to not only convey a sense of timelessness and intimacy, but to shoot from the same perspectives I see with my very own eyes.
Therefor, the photographs are meant to not always have a sharp focus.
There may be people in the way of the subject, distorting it. My favorite aesthetic has always been gritty and imperfect, and this particular personal project allows me to practice that every day.
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