I love Manhattan, but when I need a break from the endless rows of concrete canyons, I head to the Bronx. Tucked inside the city’s northernmost borough is one of the country’s most beautiful historic landmarks: the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG). With lush flora, intriguing exhibits and […]
Walking into the Enid Haupt Conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden, my mood changed instantly for the better. The biting cold I’d just weathered walking from the train, gave way to the soothing heat and humidity of the tropical oasis inside. Eyes closed, I took a deep […]
New York City is strange. Parts of it are downright seedy, others incredibly beautiful. In some instances, both at the same time. Such is the case with the flower market. Not the quaint Green Market you find in a park on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The ones with […]
Over the past six months, New York City has been hammered with grey skies and temperatures rivaling the Antarctic. Thankfully, Spring is finally on its way.. at least in one small section of Manhattan that is….
The thrill for me when I photograph nature and wildlife is that I always feel as if I am on a treasure hunt—I never know what might be around the next corner and I am rarely ever disappointed. The rainforest in Costa Rica is one of my favorite […]