is one of the premiere photographers of New York City architecture and interiors. He released in October 2010 a book called , where he put together a collection of both aerial and street-level photos.
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This book features photographs of New York City’s most famous landmarks, such as the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, as well as little-known areas of Manhattan like the nightclubs of Greenwich Village.
Here’s the book’s description:
“With its dramatically lit skyscrapers, twinkling bridges, neon lights, and yellow cabs streaking down Broadway, it’s no wonder that New York is the city that never sleeps!
From the awesome golden sunsets over the Hudson River to the pale yellow sunrise breaking over the East River, you’ll see the world’s most popular city illuminated like never before.”
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