New York City is a small town. It just so happens that when you fall into one circle, you get around. And so it is that I interviewed a photographer some time ago to speak about his work taken in abandoned buildings. And as we spoke he mentioned something I did not expect. It was he who inadvertently lead the way for The Underbelly Project.
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