I wanted to showcase artists whose art commented on important social issues in their community. As I began collecting pictures, I decided to include artwork from places outside of just NYC.
This is an art exhibition featuring 10 images of paintings by Caribbean artists depicting the beauty of everyday Caribbean life and people.
Any big city in this world holds unique stories of millions of individuals who feel joy, pain, frustration, loneliness, and love. In the past two years, the pandemic has both connected us and disconnected us in many ways. Through this exhibit, I wanted to share small moments of human connection, where despite being individuals who are all on a rather lonely journey to navigate this world, we all share vivid experiences, feelings, and emotions that though difficult to convey in words, can be expressed through art.
This collection of photographs showcases the mostly unknown wildlife of New York City.
People’s memories all lie close to their hearts. For me, these memories are tied directly to food and give me comfort despite the stressful times.
In a business concentrated city like NYC, you won’t ever walk the streets without coming across an advertisement.
Division is prevalent in our society at large. However, moments of crisis unveil our shared human traits. Therefore, this photography gallery showcases these moments of unity during recent catastrophes.
This is a gallery of my personal landmarks in NYC, where I hope that many realize the value of capturing memories with photography.
Art that addresses technology addiction, misinformation, body image, and privacy infringement in the modern digital age
We live in a chaotic city where we often tend to forget to appreciate the small things the city can offer. Appreciating small moments can range from a sunset, to train lights, or city lights.