New York City
For two days every spring and summer, the sunset lines up with Manhattan’s street grid, creating a gorgeous celestial spectacle. For a brief moment, the sun’s golden rays illuminate the city’s buildings and traffic with a breathtaking glow. Manhattanhenge’s name is a homage to Stonehenge, the monument in England believed to have been constructed by prehistoric people and used in rituals related to the sun. During the summer solstice, the sunrise there is perfectly framed by its stone slabs.
2018 Women's March in NYC
Photographing marches, rallies or any sort of a gathering are fun to photograph but they also come with a lot of challenges. Here are some ways I navigate those challenges and photos from the march.Read More
Coverage of the Funeral of Erica Garner for The New York TimesRead More