In her spare time, Kathy Ryan, director of photography at the New York Times Magazine, is a brilliant hunter of lights and shadows. For the past two years, she’s kept a daily journal of images, all shot while working in the offices of the American newspaper, posting them in real time on Instagram and Facebook. Her subjects: walls, hallways, shutters, objects, colleagues, friends.
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