Brooklyn Heights resident/photographer Chris Arnade posted a compelling guest blog at Scientific American a couple of weeks ago that’s worth sharing here. Arnade, a former Wall Streeter, now spends his time chronicling the lives of prostitutes, addicts and others living the shadows of New York City. His photographs tell their stories, which would otherwise go […]
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Brooklyn Heights resident/super-fantastic photographer Chris Arnade took this shoot over the weekend on Love Lane. Who throws out perfectly good legs? #brooklynheights #LateAfterDrinking twitter.com/Chris_arnade/s… — Chris Arnade (@Chris_arnade) June 7, 2013
In an International Business Times profile, Arnade tells writer Charles Poladian about his journeys though Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Woodside, Jackson Heights, East New York, Flushing and Coney Island… as well as the site for “Faces” in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx.
See his photos after the jump.
The Times has a story about a Heights resident and Wall Street trader who spends his free time photographing and recording the stories of the down-and-out: New York Times “City Room”: As a foreign exchange trader for Citigroup, Chris Arnade, 46, makes a good income, and lives with his wife and three children in a […]
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