In December 2002, right after surviving The World Trade Center attacks, I decided to move to a quieter, lower rise scale neighborhood, leaving the ''Prada'' comfort of the Central Park West area to the so considered ''Nada'' of West Harlem. Being a trained Architect immediately, felt in love with its historic architecture, scale, sense of community and more than anything, its rich and vibrant street culture that motivated me to become a photographer.
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