Thursday, August 9, 2018


Marlowe at Taco Bell 14th Street
August 8, 2018

Hayden Bennett at Taco Bell 14th Street
August 8, 2018

Woman at Taco Bell 14th Street
August 8, 2018

Austin Kleon getting a cab in front of the Whitney Museum
August 8, 2018

Tuesday, August 7, 2018


Futura at Nike 21 Mercer
August 7, 2018

Futura at Nike 21 Mercer
August 7, 2018

Stephanie Ramos at Nike 21 Mercer
August 7, 2018

Monday, August 6, 2018


Man sitting on Spring Street
August 6, 2018

Woman walking seven dogs down Wooster Street
August 6, 2018

Nasir Jones sitting outside of a restaurant on 6th Avenue
August 5, 2018

Sue Jorge playing at Blue Note on West 3rd Street
August 5, 2018

Man at La Colombe on Vandam
August 4, 2018

Thursday, August 2, 2018


Cindy Sherman (I am pretty sure but not certain) on Spring Street
August 2, 2018

People at Taco Bell (including Jorge Colombo)
August 1, 2018

Two Women at Taco Bell
August 1, 2018

Man using sweat MTA card on 6 Train
July 31, 2018

André 3000 shopping for art supplies
July 30, 2018

Woman and baby at burger spot on 23rd Street and 10th Avenue
July 30, 2018

Sunday, July 29, 2018


Tremaine Emory on Mercer and Prince Streets
July 29, 2018

Saturday, July 28, 2018


Brian Bowles at La Colombe
July 28, 2018

Woman at Lafayette
July 27, 2018

Chuck Close at Lafayette
July 27, 2018

Devonté Hynes on Mulberry Street
July 26, 2018

Thursday, July 26, 2018


Cab Driver
July 26, 2018

Friday, July 13, 2018


Woman waiting for her movie at Angelika Theater
July 12, 2018

Ron Howard on Broome Street
July 11, 2018

Woman at the Brooklyn Museum
July 9, 2018

Guard at the Brooklyn Museum
July 9, 2018

Woman at the Brooklyn Museum
July 9, 2018

Sunday, July 8, 2018


Danger Mouse on Bleecker Street
July 7, 2018

Man at La Colombe on Vandam
July 7, 2018

Woman at La Colombe on Vandam
July 7, 2018

Man at Mighty Quinn's on 6th Street and 2nd Avenue
July 6, 2018

Zach Braff on Lafayette
July 5, 2018

Man at Lafayette
July 5, 2018

Robert Frank
July 4, 2018

Family at Taco Bell 14th Street
July 4, 2018
Today when I was walking toward the Taco Bell on 14th Street, I saw a woman taking a picture of her daughter as she pointed happily at the Taco Bell sign. They looked excited to be there. I walked in behind them as they met up with the dad (the three of them now, a mom, a dad, and the daughter) and walked toward the front to order. They seemed excited at first but then the daughter seemed hesitant/maybe nervous about the options (The dad said, "You can get nachos!"). The mom was wearing a Yankees hat but I think they were from somewhere else (accents, and, just, how they were interacting in this fast food restaurant (it was almost an enthusiasm (that sounded like a joke but it wasn't))). They let people go in front of them as they looked at the menu. I ordered my stuff and then went and sat down. My order was ready pretty quickly so I grabbed it and took it back to the table. I noticed the mom of the family was sitting on the other side by herself as she waited for her husband and daughter to get the order. She was talking to a woman and man that were sitting in the corner. I do not want to say the wrong thing here/be offensive, but I had a moment where I was a little bit worried about the mom because she just seemed kind of out of place (smiling and open to a conversation with strangers in this slightly odd place (I am not sure how to say this properly. She just looked. . ."green" (not the color, but the . . .9th definition under "green" in Merriam-Webster)). They asked her something during the conversation and she didn't hear them and there was an awkwardness (I couldn't hear the words they were saying but was kind of following) and then she smiled and leaned in a little to hear better, like, "I just missed that what?" and the woman asked her for money. The Mom paused and took out her wallet and looked through and pulled out a very crisp twenty dollar bill and looked at it.
The husband and daughter were walking back over as she did this and she looked at the husband and said something, I think along the lines of, "do you have anything smaller than this?" but he didn't so she handed over the $20 to the woman who asked. It was a weird moment, like, she was nervous but didn't know she had another option. Also, I know things happen and this was the Mom's choice, it just made me feel bad for her and the family. The man and woman talked to the family a little more as they ate their Taco Bell. The man and woman looked like they were about to leave and then they asked the family again for something, but it was just their receipt this time because they wanted to find the bathroom code (which they don't have on the receipts anymore I don't think). They left and I had the thought of giving the family the drawing of them but I stopped myself because I was nervous I would make them more uncomfortable and what do they care about this drawing and also, I didn't want to insert myself that way into their lives. They finished up and threw their stuff out and the mom took another photo of the TACO BELL sign as she was the last one out. As I write all of this down now it feels like not a big deal, and it really isn't in the grand scheme of things. The family will be fine, it just bummed me out a bit watching whatever happened happen.

Devonté Hynes on Great Jones Street
July 4, 2018

Joan Armatrading playing at City Winery on Varick
July 3, 2018

Tuesday, July 3, 2018


Woman on E Train
July 3, 2018

Man and Woman in Theater 2 at the Museum of Modern Art
July 3, 2018

Man in Theater 2 at the Museum of Modern Art
July 3, 2018

Man reading in Theater 2 at the Museum of Modern Art
July 3, 2018

Woman at Lafayette
July 3, 2018

Monday, July 2, 2018


Man at Taco Bell 14th Street
July 2, 2018

June Leaf and Two Men working on her door
July 2, 2018

Joan Armatrading at City Winery on Varick
July 1, 2018

Joan Armatrading at City Winery on Varick
July 1, 2018

Thursday, June 28, 2018


Maxine at Taco Bell 14th Street
June 27, 2018

People at Taco Bell 14th Street
June 27, 2018

Eric Antonow at Taco Bell 14th Street
June 27, 2018