Resilience / Proud to be a (Former) New Yorker / Hangin’ with Celebs
Images of Hahnemuhle’s Booth at PhotoPlus Expo 2012 at the Javits Center in NYC
All images (c) Hahnemuhle USA
Having grown up on Long Island and spent much time in Manhattan, the city that never sleeps, and New Jersey, I send my best wishes to all those effected by the recent storm. Having come from there, I know how resilient the people are. They will deal with the hassle and discomfort of no power and public transportation and make it through better and stronger. For those in Jersey it will be a tougher ride. Having been through hurricanes and having faced serious home damage, the bottom line is that it takes time, a great deal of time for any normalcy to return…but it does, eventually.
To celebrate past and future good times in the Big Apple, here are some images of the Hahnemuhle Booth at the PhotoPlus Expo the weekend before the storm at the Javits Center in New York City. My image Rush Hour, Grand Central Station (shown in my last post) was exhibited along with many great scenics and celebrity portraits. Also exhibited were E.J. Camp’s portraits of George Clooney and Michelle Pfeiffer www.ejcamp.com; Jerome Burnet’s image of Fergie, formerly of the Black Eyed Peas; Hawaiian images by Scott Mead www.scottmead.com, along with images by photographers R.C. Concepcion www.aboutrc.com, Joel Pickford www.joelpickford.com, Greg Boyer www.gregboyerphotography and Alex Geana www.alexgeanaphotography.com. All images are (c) each of the respective photographers.
Although I couldn’t make it up there personally, it was still nice “hanging” with you guys in New York City this weekend, and I look forward to doing so again in in the near future.