Moving Mountains of Equipment

With the right equipment, the guys at Jack Pedowitz Machinery movers could probably move mountains. As a moving company specializing in heavy machinery, the Pedowitz teams use a range of tools from crowbars and hydraulic jacks to forklifts and even … Continued


Time Flies (in a Time Lapse Video) on 9/11

Every year around September 11th, two beams of light brighten the night sky in remembrance of the day’s tragedy. From the roof of my Brooklyn apartment, I have unobstructed views of downtown Manhattan and its flickering windows where the twin bolts of hope bring light to darkness. … Continued


Workin’ It In Red Hook, Brooklyn

Check out my photo essay celebrating Labor (Day) and Red Hook businesses in this week’s Red Hook Star Revue. For the story I shot Van Brunt Stillhouse, the Red Hook Container Terminal, O & B Unisex salon, Mark’s Pizza, Apollo Tech Iron Work, … Continued


Shattered NYC Skyline Part 2

Another night of storms swirled through New York City tonight – an ominous omen of the hurricane headed up the east coast and might barrel though the city. I caught these photos from our apartment window as thunder and lighting tore up the sky … Continued


A Night Blossom in Brooklyn

Peer overhead during the coldest, bleakest winter days and spindly branches splinter the monotonous grey skies like a web of shattered glass. Come spring, when the breath of rebirth blossoms, a riot of color and perfume fill the air. The views of … Continued


A Splash of Black and White

I’m lucky to have beautiful city views from the roof of my Brooklyn apartment. Blending the view with late fall light has become the recipe for beautiful panorama photos. Most of my photographs are shot and processed in color. Once … Continued


A Breathless Sunset Panorama

I was just riding home from the neighborhood grocery and watched as the sky ignited in a fiery, breathless sunset. The sun melted into the horizon and ripples of clouds and color burst through the gusting winds. I rushed home, … Continued


Night in the Neighborhood

  A few blocks from my apartment a busy artery beats. At night, watching the BQE’s traffic is like witnessing arterial and ventricular blood flow through the Brooklyn darkness. Through the neighborhood’s organs and clamoring with honks and air breaks to … Continued