Took a ride to the waterfront after Sandy had done her worst. Brooklyn Bridge park, facing Lower Manhattan @1:30 a.m. Jeff got a flat. We’re home and dry now.
Entries Tagged as 'Manhattan'
The High Line recently opened up an extended section. My friend Alex and I headed over to check it out. Friendswithyou
February 10th, 2010 · Comments Off on Blizzard hits 109th street · Humor, Manhattan, Photos, Upper West Side
It’s snowing here in New York City. Schools are out all over the city. Even I had my classes cancelled. As a Michigander who spent four years in Burlington, Vt., I can’t say I’m overly impressed by this “blizzard.” But when a city the size of this one gets hit by a decent amount of […]
October 15th, 2009 · Comments Off on I JUST FREELANCED · Journalism, Manhattan, Multimedia, Upper West Side
As you can see from the post below, my buddy Matthew Huisman and I covered/rode in the 2009 Broadway Bomb longboard race. We got our story and video published at the Westside Independent. Check it out here.
October 11th, 2009 · Comments Off on Food, Trinkets and Pashmina on Broadway · Manhattan, Photos, Upper West Side
For the past month or so, I think there has been a street fair on the stretch of Broadway at the end of my block every weekend. Yesterday, they shut down the uptown lanes of Broadway all the way from 109th (where I live) to 116th Street. After a morning spent biking through traffic with […]
October 10th, 2009 · Comments Off on Sketchbook: James Bailey · Art, Journalism, Manhattan, Multimedia
This is James. He’s my girlfriend’s little brother. Also, he’s the man. Seriously, this kid should be sponsored by Sharpie or something. He volunteered to let me shoot him in the playground outside my apartment for my Digital Media Newsroom class. It was my first time working with video since high school, I forgot how […]
I camped out in the lab working on my Master’s pitch last night. I got it done fairly early. After, I needed to stretch my legs so I headed down to Times Square with the camera. Here are a few shots:
Just a block away from my apartment is this incredible cathedral, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. It looks like something something out Gothic Europe. It’s a truly impressive sight. I think I’ll try and attend mass there one Sunday.
I had to take five portraits of strangers for my Advanced Photojournalism course. I snapped these five just walking around the block where I live at 109th and Broadway: I’m realizing, like any good journalist, that I should have asked for names.