Category Archives: New York City
Last weekend I headed to the Armory Show 2009, an annual art fair where expensive works are put in a huge gallery and sold off if prospective buyers are found. Rather than shooting the art, I noticed lookers and buyers easily got tired from all the walking, so here’s a short photo essay on the various methods they took to unwound themselves.
It’s only February, but blockbuster fever has set in. I was just at New York Comic Con, part out of interest, and part out of work. You’ll get to see photos in a later post, but but towards the end of my 4-hour wade through the thousands of people, I found myself staring at a 42-inch plasma screen. It was showing the trailer for this May’s Terminator Salvation.
Enter a new age, one with more striking visuals. On par with my heightened passion in photography, I’ve decided to incorporate something new in Reflec/Ted — the slideshow. Articles and worded posts will still have its place, but whenever appropriate, I will employ images to tell a story.
Here’s the inaugural one: a community concert by the Chinese Music Ensemble of New York, performed on Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008, at 143 Baxter Street.
Some of you must have thought I died. Others will think this post is about the sometimes-hot, sometimes-not television series starring Kiefer Sutherland. It’s not that earth-shattering — just a few weeks ago, I turned a year older. As per flimsy tradition, me and a bunch of closer friends trooped down to Peter Luger (famous steakhouse in NY) inspired Benjamin Steakhouse.