Lexington Ave. , NYC, 1982
My photographs are not just images taken on the street; they capture the psychological effect of the street. It is a place where races of people and social classes converge and vie for space and mobility with ever-increasing urbanism. It can excite, anger, defeat and inspire. The street influence and energy never ceases. It is not only felt outside, but permeates the interiors of its structures and minds of its inhabitants.